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Project Background

The Downtown Complete Streets project, also known as the West Alisal Complete Streets project, intends to make the corridor on West Alisal Street and Lincoln Avenue a more safe, efficient and complete street.  The first phase will include re-striping, signal improvements, and crosswalk improvements on West Alisal Street from Blanco Road to Front Street.  The project is funded by a federal grant from the Highways Safety Improvement Program and a grant from the Transportation Agency for Monterey County (TAMC) for design.

The second phase includes additional intersection improvements, continuing complete streets improvements on Lincoln Avenue, and designs for enhanced bus service.

This project is part of a larger regional plan to improve transit, bicycle, pedestrian and auto corridor between the Marina area to the City of Salinas.  Information on the regional plan can be found on the Transportation Agency for Monterey County website

What are "Complete Streets"? 

"Complete Streets" are streets designed and operated to support safe mobility for everyone. Those included are people of all ages and abilities, regardless of whether they are traveling as drivers, pedestrians, bicyclists, or public transportation riders. 

Story Map

Please visit the Downtown Complete Streets Story Map for exciting project updates. 


Funding for this project is provided by the Highway and Safety Improvement Program (HSIP), Regional Surface Transportation Program (RSTP), and Measure X . 

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