Coleman-Ringwood Avenues Transportation Study
- Project typeTraffic and transportation
Many people travel on Coleman and Ringwood Avenues every day – to get to work, to attend school, to run errands, and to meet their daily needs. In the past, stakeholders have highlighted concerns about street safety, accessibility, and the need for improvements.
This study will review how people use both corridors and engage stakeholders to understand their transportation needs and vision for each street.
The goal of this study is to identify a conceptual street design developed with community input and engagement for Ringwood and Coleman Avenues that improves transportation, safety, and mobility for all roadway users.
The study is intended to serve as a guide to the County of San Mateo, City of Menlo Park and their partners in implementing future street changes, if supported by the community and each jurisdiction’s leadership. This study is being led by the County of San Mateo with the City of Menlo Park as a partner.
The study will:
- Review existing transportation conditions on both corridors,
- Develop and evaluate potential street designs, and
- Recommend a preferred alternative and future actions.
At every stage of the process, community input will play a critical role in shaping the recommended improvements.
Both the City and the County have identified improvements to walking and bicycling along these corridors, including in the city's Transportation Master Plan and the County’s Unincorporated San Mateo Active Transportation Plan.
The study launched in spring 2022 and will be completed by late 2023. It will include regular public outreach meetings, a community advisory committee and presentations to the city's Complete Streets Commission and City Council.
Study updates are available on the County's Coleman and Ringwood Avenues Study project website.
Visit the County's project page
Ringwood Avenue and Coleman Avenue, Menlo Park, CA 94025 View map