VIDEO. Joe LeClaire, San Mateo County Public Works, presents to the MidCoast Community Council 4/22/20 about Connect the Coastside.
Roundabouts estimate at $5 million each. Traffic lights $600k to $1 million. County and state income is down. Should all construction be halted until we have a vaccine?
MCC Agenda for April 22, 2020
The meeting will be conducted remotely as a telephone and videoconference. There will be no public meeting room for the meeting. Instructions for accessing the meeting and for making comment are available in the first page of the agenda.
Additionally, Pacific Coast TV will broadcast this meeting live on local cable channel 27, and it will also be shown on the top page of their website. Both will be one-way, you won’t be able to comment or ask questions.
Consent: April 8, 2020, minutes
Connect the Coastside Update Presentation – Note
The Coast Is Clear – HMB Chamber of Commerce poster
Midcoast Community Council Agenda
Note: April 22, 2020 (update note by Len Erickson, MCC Chair)
Connect the Coastside Update (Erickson) Joe LaClair will provide update on recent preparations for public meetings including new considerations for the California Avenue intersection.
• The April 22 MCC meeting will provide a brief description of near-term intersection improvements that involve California Avenue, and which can provide Highway 1 access for the Cypress Pt. project. The meeting will consider comments on the California Avenue intersection and parallel trail considerations for Carlos Ave. Details relevant to the Cypress Pt. project will be provided at a later date. The consideration of a roundabout at 16th Street will be retained as a long-term option.
• The county is developing an approach for traffic from Cypress Point to SR1 that is not dependent on near term implementation of a roundabout at 16thSt/Carlos. The approach involves intersection control at California with a signal or roundabout. Consideration will also be given to intersection improvements at Carlos and 16th street. Options include limitations on turns on to and from Highway 1 as well as extending Carlos to 16th Street and closing the current Carlos intersection with Highway 1. An intersection control at either California Avenue or at 16th St would be a county supported public works project and make the CDP appealable to the coastal commission as they are necessary components of the Cypress Point Project. Such intersections would also require a Caltrans mandated ICE review to determine whether a signal or roundabout is appropriate.
~ From the MCC website