The result: the below mapped and listed "priority recommendations" to add to the existing draft bicycle master plan. In red are Class I on-street protected bikeways, purple Class II on-street buffered bikeways, and gold Class III low-traffic "greenways." Highlights include:
- Two-way, Class I Protected Bikeway on Union Ave (Hill to Arroyo Parkway)
- Class II Buffered Bicycle Lane on Colorado Blvd. Holliston to Madre
- Class II Buffered Bicycle Lane on Orange Grove (Columbia to Sierra Madre Villa)
- Class II Buffered Bicycle Lane
Transportation Advisory Commission Meeting
- Include Class II lanes to Raymond into the plan to connect Filmore, Del Mar, and Memorial Park Gold Line stations,
- Prioritize the development of a network of comfortable/quiet streets since it is a relatively low-cost, but big impact improvement for bicycle mobility in the short-term.
- Brand the network of these calm, pedestrian and bike-friendly streets under one name (e.g., Pasadena greenways), regardless of whether they have traffic circles, diverters, speed humps, bioswales, etc.
Following the MSC meeting, staff plans to solicit further public input on the updated recommendations, and then return with a fully updated Bicycle Master Plan for formal consideration by the Committee and City Council in Spring 2015.