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will the transcript for th Q&A or chat be public knowledge and when
Actually I have video of the over counting.
what is left when you use half a parking space? park half a car? I don't understand the concept.
Deep into North Park residential there are frequently scooters laying around in the curbs and sidewalks for days and kids flying down the sidewalks. Good luck in making it better.
thank you for the response
there was no way to unmuted myself. try again plz.
uptown planners wrote a letter in supporr for protected bike lanes on park blvd in balboa park: https://uptownplannerssd.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/2021_11_2_Minutes_ATTACHMENTS_UptownPlanners.pdf
Well said Paul.
why isn't the City working with communities and planning groups
Carmen: They are! Community plans and bike master plans support bike lanes on Park Blvd
Where are the reports for Park Blvd North of University- zero refuses to be transparent- no CEQA, no data provided and the plans are not feasible due to flooding and property damage. Zero reports for ADA safety and we live in a 30% Senior community
Navo, so then it should remain Class II?
CEQA is not required for bike lane implementation in California
I'm still waiting for the re-routed bike lane that Paul Krueger promised last time he killed a planned bike route. Please move forward, we know there is no “alternative” once the parking lobby kills these projects.
Bicyclists deserve safe access to businesses on Park Blvd. What are these "other things”?
Business are super important to consider in the most narrow park of Park. We already know what no parking has done to 30th. street, University is now feeling the same. Do not do it to Park
"No parking” on 30th? What about the 400-space empty parking garage?
I'm not part of the parking lobby as you call them. I've worked for years on Balboa Park parking and circulation... and blithe comments like "charge for parking" shows little regard for the complexity in the park.
Why can parks and zoos across the country charge for parking, but Balboa Park/Zoo can’t?
I have seen many bike riders in the bus lane currently and they see to co exist perfectly fine. Also Georgia, Florida and Cleveland already have bike ways that can safely promote cycling
My favorite part was charging for parking only on city streets, but that the funding could only go to Balboa Park - priceless! What a disastrous "comprehensive" report: https://www.sandiego.gov/sites/default/files/bpcagenda210304-item502.pdf
Paul, because this is San Diego. You lead that effort to charge for parking. It's been brought up for years and regularly, it's open warfare and the politicos back down.
Thanks for you kind words of support Paul on the hundreds of volunteer hours spent trying to thread that needle.
Well it's time for bold leadership. I'm tired of politicos backing down to the parking lobby.
Renee, perhaps if you had mentioned bikes *once* in your report... it seems to live in a 1970s cars-only world where climate change doesn't exist.
@ Nicole I have requested this exact thing and zero acknowledgement from the City to walk ride the Blvd. Also over 1,500 petition signatures with zero effort for people wanting transparency and communication. I love biking but know the street is unsafe as the plans you have designed today
21 out of 27 recommendations to *increase* parking, as city and state explicitly state VMT reductions.
BTW, currently there is over $300 million dollars in infrastructure backlog … charge for parking but keep the money in the park … it's the only hope for paid parking. So, Paul, we purposely had to limit the discussion to cars. That's why the framework for the future was slated to do the heavy lifting … stop poking those who are trying their best to thread that needle. it's easy to take pot shots … maybe become part of the solution?
My friends at the Auto Museum and Air and Space had their parking removed and their attendance dropped drasticlly
Inspiration parking is loaded with Navy hospital users on Mon - Fri …
I don't understand why the discussion had to be limited to cars?
Did you see the complexity of what needed to be analyzed with nearly 3 dozen reports?
Paul, we should talk some time.
Feel free to email me Rene, I'm at email@example.com
thanks, will do. firstname.lastname@example.org
When will the gap be fixed of re-striping the intersection of Park and El Cajon 3 accidents last week 1 more this week. Near misses of cars vs MTS since there are zero signs and stripes
Thanks Rene. I'm frustrated that Comiskey rejected *every* option the city presented for Park Blvd (on KPBS report), citing the need for a "comprehensive plan”, when the Park’s comprehensive plan is cars only.
Attendance is what keeps the park open and feeding animals and employing people. A money maker for the city but I do think paid parking in the lots is a good idea.
Good question Carmen
Kids walk in the intersections of Park with zero stop signs and crosswalks North of Meade. Saw a cyclist run a sign and almost hit a kid
I can't speak for Peter C.
Thanks Rene, just wanted to explain the reason for my flippant remarks regarding the report.
one good idea is that the plan should have more and better crosswalk on Park blvd
Yes to more crosswalks!
Paul, apology accepted.
Include schematics for all of Park Blvd, Adams to the bay
Mobility Board … thank you … good work
Barbara J Mitana (302)265.6116
a link for the parking subcommittee meeting?
To be clear that report was generated under Friends of BP, not BP Cultural Partnership
Bayshore … yay … Vicki Estrada will be happy
Yes, but Peter C's name was on it, so that seemed like the closest thing to a comprehensive plan the Park has presented.
He was just one volunteer contributor among many. There were three of us who authored the report. Jack Carpenter, Roger Showley and myself.
I don’t have a link yet, sorry.
Andy … what's your email address for the Regional workshop info?
We have not met in a few months, will send link to all when I have it.
Barbara J Mitana (302)265.6116