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Background: The City has identified Grand Street between Shore Line Drive and Encinal Avenue as a high priority for pavement improvements. This pavement rehabilitation project has multiple benefits for all street users. Better maintained streets have fewer potholes, improved ride quality, pavement that is eligible for less costly preservation in future, updated striping and signage, and improved curb ramps, curb and gutter. The project also is considering safety improvements such as high visibility crosswalks, curb extensions, flashing beacons at Wood School and at the Grand Street/San Antonio Avenue intersection, a protected bike lane for Wood School access/egress, enhancements to bike lanes including buffering where space is available, enhanced bus stops by Shore Line Drive and Wood School, and narrower travel lanes to encourage slower vehicle speeds. On-street parking will be preserved except for at spot locations to implement the safety features such as bus islands, a buffered bike lane northbound from Otis Drive to Palmera Court, and by intersections with curb extensions.
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