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Mariposa Creek Parkway Master Plan

Date: 7/13/2018 - 8/20/2018

Type: RFPs / RFQs

LA CES approved?: No

Location(s): California

Description: The Mariposa Creek Parkway Master Plan project will use extensive stakeholder engagement and community outreach to establish a coordinated and collaborative plan for nearly four miles of dedicated bicycle and pedestrian facilities throughout the Mariposa Creek Corridor. The Mariposa Creek Parkway is a priority recreation, economic development, transportation, and conservation project identified in the Mariposa Town Plan, the Pedestrian Bicycle Transportation Plan, and the Integrated Regional Watershed Master Plan. This project is supported by a grant from the Caltrans Transportation Planning Grant Program.

The project will both incorporate and advance the completed Mariposa Creek Parkway Phase III Conceptual Plan and Phase I and Phase II Enhancement Program project. The Master Plan project will leverage the concepts established through the Conceptual Plan as a point of departure for enhanced concept design of the Phase III Parkway segment, located between 8th Street and Joe Howard Street. Then, the Master Plan project will use the framework established by this enhanced Phase III concept design to drive a corridorwide master planning effort.

The project will also harness the momentum and impact potential of Smart Growth America’s State of the Art Training Opportunity, awarded to Mariposa County from a pool of nationwide applicants to incorporate art, design, and other creative placemaking strategies into the Mariposa Creek Parkway project.

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