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Mid City Community Parking District Tag

Bike Accommodation Study

The Mid-City Community Parking District has contracted with a transportation planner  to create a Bicycle Accommodation Plan for El Cajon Boulevard and 30th Street. Each street has a unique set of characteristics that require special consideration, so rather than designing a comprehensive plan, we are seeking...

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Over 100 Parking Spaces Gained

The El Cajon Boulevard BIA, through the Mid-City Community Parking District, worked for nearly four years to convert Oregon Street, from University Avenue to Adams Avenue, into head-in parking. The project yielded a gain of about 100 spaces with a simple re-striping of the asphalt. Petitions...

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Alabama Street Parklet

The first parklet project to be funded by the MCCPD is located on Alabama Street in front of Mama’s Lebanese Bakery and the Live Wire. The design includes landscaping, seating and bike amenities that will be both functional and engaging for the community. Parklets incorporate...

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Bike Corrals

The MCCPD facilitated the installation of bike corrals in the district. Updates: July 26, 2012- City crews installed the first bike corral in the district on Louisiana St, adjacent to the Lafayette Hotel. The racks were purchased with Mid-City Community Parking funds and the installation was...

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West End Traffic Calming, Walkability and Parking Study

Through a community process, the MCCPD has selected and contracted with local firm KTU+A to study the west end of El Cajon Boulevard.The project addresses the following issues between Park Blvd to I-805. Traffic Calming Measures Crosswalk Enhancements Parking Management Non-motorized Transportation/ Bike Lanes Lighting ...

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Kansas Street Head-In Parking Pilot Project

This project installed head-in parking along two blocks of Kansas Street, just north of El Cajon Boulevard. Head-in parking is similar to the more familiar diagonal parking (that is in more common use), except that the spaces will be perpendicular to the curb. Kansas Street...

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