STOCKTON – WASHINGTON CORRIDOR DOWNTOWN TRANSIT & ACCESSIBILITY PROJECT
65% Plan Review
(Reflecting Plan Revisions)
City Council Meeting
Monday, October 7, 2019, 5:00 p.m. or shortly thereafter
City Hall Council Chambers
94 N. Washington Street, Sonora
The City Council will be reviewing the 65% plans for the Stockton-Washington Corridor – Downtown Transit & Accessibility Project during the City Council Meeting on October 7, 2019. The project includes transit stops along Stockton Street along with additional pedestrian, street and signal improvements. As per direction by the City Council and/or from coordination with Caltrans, the 65% plan sheets reflect the following changes from previously reviewed project plans:
- Shortened the bus stop and pad on the north side of Stockton Street to better accommodate turning movements at the Green/Stockton Street intersection.
- Removed the proposed pedestrian HAWK signal at the Green/Stockton Street intersection.
- Realigned the proposed new crosswalk at the Green/Stockton Street intersection and added a pedestrian refuge island.
- Removed the sidewalk improvements and sign feature in front of the Marengo Building.
- Added an area for a loading zone in front of the Sonora Inn along Washington Street.
- Reduced the radius of the bulb outs at the NW & SW corners of the Stockton/Washington Street intersection.
- Replaced the proposed landscaping areas with hardscape and added a potted tree per bus stop location.
The full 65% plan with all plan sheets can be viewed here.
The project’s proposed improvements will be further refined as the City proceeds through the Caltrans design approval and encroachment permit process.
For more information contact:
Community Development Director
City of Sonora