Miner Avenue Complete Streets
The City of Stockton Public Works Department has completed the Miner Avenue Complete Street Improvements between Center Street and Aurora Street, near the Cabral Station. The project includes the following:
- reduction in the number of vehicle travel lanes from two lanes to one lane in each direction with buffered bicycle lanes;
- landscaped medians;
- signal and lighting improvements;
- a round-about at the intersection of Miner Avenue and San Joaquin Street;
- pedestrian and bicycle amenities;
- accessible street crossings with bulb-out, round corners; and
- relocation and upgrade of a portion of the existing sanitary sewer line.
Project construction began September 14, 2020, and is now completed. An Opening Ceremony was held as a celebration and dedication at the intersection of Miner Ave. and San Joaquin St., at the round-about, on Wednesday, March 16, 2022, at 11:00 a.m.
Funding for the design and construction is from federal, state, and local funding sources:
- Active Transportation Program (ATP)
- Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) Program
- Measure K Renewal Smart Growth Incentive Program
- Local Street Resurfacing Operational Funds
- Local Wastewater Operational Funds
- Transformative Climate Communities (TCC) Program Grant Funds
- Other Local Matching Funds
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This City of Stockton web page last reviewed on --- 7/14/2022