CPUS: Traffic and Transportation and Mobility Network on the agenda for Tue, July 16, public meeting and workshop


What’s a ‘mobility network’? You’ll find out all about University City’s mobility network at the Tuesday, July 16, Community Plan Update Subcommittee meeting. Last year, the City completed an observation and analysis study of the existing mobility network in the University City community. Study areas included an assessment of the Pedestrian, Bicycle, Public Transit, Streets, Freeways, and Parking network in University City. City Traffic Engineers will provide an overview and lead participants in a group break-out session beginning at 6:15 PM.*

The University Community Plan Update Sub-Committee [CPUS] meeting is Tuesday, July 16 , 2019, from 6 to 9 PM at a new location; Scripps Health Campus Point C-Annex, 10010 Campus Point Drive, San Diego, CA 92121. Ample free parking behind the building. Sub-Committee meetings are open to the public and all University City residents, students, and workers are encouraged to attend.


NON-AGENDA PUBLIC COMMENT: Two minutes per speaker.

* 6:15 INFO ITEM – Mobility Strategies and Existing Conditions Mobility Report
Presentation by Claudia Brizuela, Associate Traffic Engineer and Pedro Valera, Assistant Traffic Engineer, Planning Department, providing an overview of the process to be completed for the University Community Plan Update Mobility Assessment and the Existing Conditions Mobility Report. This item will include a break-out session into groups after the presentation

8:30 ACTION ITEM – Draft CPU Vision Statement & Guiding Principles
Continue discussion from June CPUS on the draft Community Plan Update Vision Statement and new proposed Guiding Principle for consideration and tentative approval.

9:00 NEXT STEPS – NO MEETING in August. Next Meeting September 17, 2019 – University City High School Media Center/Library, 6949 Genesee Avenue, San Diego, CA 92121


Download the meeting agenda and background material including the Mobility Network Existing Conditions Report by visiting the subcommittee’s web-page at https://www.sandiego.gov/planning/community/cpu/university/subcommittee-university-documents


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