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Connect the Coastside: An MCC Study Session with the Community
July 29, 2020 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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The Study Session will record the community observations, questions, and ideas generated by community members review of Connect the Coastside.
3 minutes maximum enforced / Be concise / Add to a topic, just say you agree rather than repeating earlier comments
Council members may ask a clarifying question but not comment on what is presented. A council member will maintain a viewable summary list of comments. Any council member may speak as a member of the community.
The minutes of this meeting will be posted for review on Monday August 3 and submitted to the San Mateo County Planning Department on August 5. Minutes will include the meeting Chat Record and the online summary phrase for each comment.
Some Possible Comment Topics
Traffic and Residential Development
• Cumulative traffic impacts of residential development at LCP Buildout
• Traffic Observations
• Traffic Models, Measurements and Simulations
SR1 in Bookend Intersections in Moss Beach (Cypress & California (or another intersection at the North end of SR1) Future Alternatives:
• Current – Two Way Stop Control (TWSC)
• Control Alternative 1: Signals
• Control Alternative 2: One Lane Roundabouts
Example of Other Specific Topics
• Roadway Segments for the Delay Index
• Public Transit
• Carlos Realignment at 16th Street
• New Northbound Bus Stop at 16th & SR1
• Carlos St. Commercial District
• 8th St/SR-1 Center Left-Turn & Acceleration Lanes • Parallel Trail (Carlos – 16th <> 14th)
• Coastal Trail Crossing
Out of Scope
• Roads not connecting directly to SR1
• Highway 92
NEXT STEP 7/29/2020 MCC special study session
Len is talking to Jill Ekas, the Community Development Director of Half Moon Bay, to match LCPs, to be in coordination.
New Department of Public Works Manager of Roadways is commencing on a new review of county roads.
The 7/29/2020 meeting emphasis will be on the Moss Beach Corridor.
@ 53:31: MCC’s Dave Olsen explains the LOS to Delay index method. Delay index is based on congestion travel time and can be directly measured for travel time. It also determine affects of development and population.
Do you know that the CTC Delay Index is 2 for the mid-coast?