San Jose Invests In Bike Lanes

The grant funds would be allocated as follows:
Citywide Curb Ramps (Citywide) - $100,000
•Install ADA compliant curb ramps at comers and pedestrian crossings. These funds will supplement the City's existing curb ramp installation program.

Pedestrian & Bicycle Safety Education (Citywide) - $50,000
•Provide public safe bicycling classes for children and adults. 

Bike Plan 2020 Implementation (Citywide) - $339,546
•Install Class II, and III bicycle facilities (including signage, striping, and bicycle-friendly signal detection) to

TOTAL $489,546

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