Construction of Traffic-Calming Features Continues for the Georgia – Meade and Landis Bikeways
This summer, SANDAG crews continued construction of many traffic-calming features for the Georgia – Meade and Landis Bikeways projects in the City of San Diego! Recent construction activities included curb extensions at the intersection of Landis Street and 43rd Street, and bend-outs along Meade Avenue at Texas Street, 30th Street, 33rd Street, and 35th Street. Upcoming activities include pavement resurfacing on Meade Avenue, constructing more traffic calming features and pedestrian improvements, and installing stormwater filtration features and landscaping.
When complete, the Georgia – Meade and Landis Bikeway projects will provide 6.5 miles of vital connections for residents to bike, walk, and roll between vibrant communities within San Diego’s urban core including City Heights, Kensington-Talmadge, Normal Heights, North Park, and University Heights. The Georgia – Meade and Landis Bikeways are on schedule and expected to open to the public in early 2022. Learn more at KeepSanDiegoMoving.com/NorthParkMidCityBikeways.