Let’s Pluck Some Low Hanging Fruit on Kearny Villa Road and 33rd Street: Ask for Better Bike Facilities
San Diego’s Department of Transportation has embarked on a project to coordinate with the city’s fast moving overlay and slurry seal program to implement bike facilities by either enhancing the existing facilities or implementing them where they don’t exist per the city’s Bicycle Master Plan. Brian Genovese referred to this initiative as low hanging fruit because implementing this striping would take no additional effort or money but impart a tremendous benefit to the community.
Two roads that have been resurfaced and are awaiting striping are Kearny Villa Road in Councilmember Lorie Zapf’s District and 33rd Street in Council President Todd Gloria’s District. This is a perfect opportunity to enhance any existing bicycle facility or implement one where it doesn’t currently exist.
Kearny Villa Road