Safe Streets Petaluma
Advocating Safe, Healthy and Affordable Mobility for All
Sign our petition asking the Petaluma City Council to make Safe Streets a top priority.
URGENT: The City's survey on D Street Traffic Calming closes on Monday May 22nd. Speak up for family-friendly (barrier-protected) bike lanes! Here's the link to the survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/HJNWPTV
City's D Street Traffic Calming web page.
D Street from Petaluma Boulevard to Windsor Drive (Putnam Park) is part of a critical corridor connecting East and West Petaluma, what we are calling the Park2Park Crosstown Bikeway The P2P Bikeway opens up a long string of parks, schools, and shopping to people who can't afford or choose not to drive a car.
Barrier-protected bike lanes are essential for safe travel by people of all ages and abilities. The street is wide enough to accommodate them, but it may require removal of on-street parking, narrowing of traffic lanes, and reduction of speed limits.
We support starting with a short term (e.g. 1-week) test of removable barriers in both directions, so everyone --cyclists, drivers and D Street neighbors -- can experience the comfort and quiet of traveling the "calmed" version of this beautiful stretch of road before any final commitments are made.
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We respectfully acknowledge that we reside on the unceded ancestral lands of the Southern Pomo and Coast Miwok peoples.