Class IV Separated Bike Lane

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A Class IV bike lane (also called a separated bike lane) is an exclusive facility for bicyclists that is located within or directly adjacent to the roadway and is physically separated from motor vehicle traffic with a vertical element.   

Conceptual Design

The Conceptual designs for the Class IV bike lanes on Stevens Creek Blvd and McClellan Blvd are complete. 

SCB and McClellan CL4

 

Funded Design and Construction Projects

A portion of the planned Class IV bike lanes on Stevens Creek Blvd and all of the Class IV bike lanes McClellan Rd has been funded for design and construction.

Stevens Creek Blvd
Limits:  Wolfe Rd. to Tantau Ave
Design:  To Be Completed End of 2018
Construction: Early 2019 - Fall 2019

McClellan Rd.- 5 Phase project
Funding:  Funded by Bay Area Air Quality Management District and the City's General Fund
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Phase 1A
Limits: Imperial Ave to Stelling Rd.
Design: Complete
Construction: May 20, 2019
Comments: Early tree removal has been authorized and will begin on February 19, 2019. This work has been scheduled to avoid impacting school traffic. The tree removals are part of the approved project plans and will create necessary space for the proposed improvements. Completion of the tree removal before the May 20th official start date will ensure that the Phase 1A project will be completed prior to the start of the next school year.
Project Plans

Phase1B
Limits: Intersection & Traffic Signal Improvements at Stelling Rd. and Bubb Rd.
Design: Complete
Construction: June, 2019 Comments: This project will be advertised for bid on February 15, 2019

Phase 2
Limits: Stelling Rd. to Torre Ave
Design: 35% Complete
Construction: June, 2020

Phase 3
Limits: Byrne Ave to Imperial Ave
Design: 35% Complete
Construction: June 2021

Phase 4
Limits: Intersection & Traffic Signal Improvements at De Anza Blvd/McClellan Rd/Pacifica Dr
Design: Pending
Construction: Pending