Purpose and Need: The Bailey Road/State Route 4 Interchange Pedestrian & Bicycle Project will improve safety and circulation of pedestrians and bicyclists along Bailey Road through the State Route 4 Interchange.
Project Description: The project will improve bicycle and pedestrian access along Bailey Road by providing continuous sidewalks and bike lanes through the State Route 4 Interchange. Proposed improvements will:
Eliminate the westbound loop off-ramp and existing pedestrian tunnel
Widen the westbound diagonal off-ramp to accommodate the displaced traffic
Install a new traffic signal at the westbound diagonal off-ramp to control traffic
Remove pedestrian islands at the eastbound off-ramps to eliminate free flow movements on to Bailey Road
Project Limits: Along Bailey Road, from BART Access Road to Canal Road Supervisory District: Number 5 Thomas Brothers Map Reference: 573, G-3 Funding: Active Transportation Program (ATP), Bay Point Area of Benefit, Navy Mitigation Funds, Measure J, Gas Tax. Funding Amount: $5.35 million Construction Date: Summer 2020