(Update) On June 4 2015 The Orange County Transportation Authority held another roundtable meeting to review plans for 10 regional bikeway corridors in South Orange County, 6 corridors serve beach cities including Laguna. A discussion followed the presentation where city planning personnel and the public again contributed ideas to the planning process. Laguna Beach City planning personnel did not attend.
These are the current bikeway corridors planned to serve Laguna Beach and Aliso Canyon. View high-resolution maps of all 10 bikeway corridors here.
The corridors are designed to increase the cycling mode-share and improve cycling safety as measured data show from other installations.
To understand the level of cycling competence among the participants the spectrum of abilities was measured in this chart. The audience measured from average (green) to expert (black).
Update: To show the corridor preferred greatest some meeting attendees selected their preferred route from Corridors A-J. Laguna Canyon Road is I, most preferred is Regional Parks Corridor A.
To identify routes to be completed first, priority is assigned according to weights given in this table. There are more projects to be completed than there are resources available so a weighting criteria is necessary.
The OCTA planning process to increase the mode-share of rail, transit and cycling continues. Local city planning departments are encouraged to PARTICIPATE. The next opportunity for public collaboration on the Bikeways Strateby appears here.
The OCTA meeting agenda appears here.
The OCTA Round Table summary and follow-up appears here.
The OCTA Round Table meeting presentation appears here.