Baywood Neighborhood Traffic Action Plan

Since 2016, The City of San Mateo Public Works Department has completed 12 neighborhood Traffic Action Plan (TAP) reports and has begun implementing the report recommendations. See the Baywood Neighborhood TAP below:

To see the progress in your neighborhood, click here to view the new TAP Map.

Parrott Drive & Alameda de las Pulgas Intersection Redesign

Prompted by the Baywood Traffic Action Plan, we installed a temporary intersection at Parrott Drive and Alameda de las Pulgas to evaluate a proposed safety improvements for the community. The improvement was one of the 10 priorities identified by the community in its Traffic Action Plan. Parrott Drive Survey Results Graph

In March 2020, residents in the neighborhood received a mail-in survey to complete and return. The survey results indicated a preference to proceed toward the improvement. Encouraged by the community’s response, we are now moving into Phase 1 of the intersection improvement and expect replace the white posts with planter boxes in 2020. Phase 1 is anticipated to include replacement of the white delineators with concrete buttons, the addition of planters in the vacated right-turn lanes, and re-installation of the second southbound through lane. We will also now seek funding for the final design.

Neighbors in the immediate area should expect to see construction postcards once the date of Phase 1 implementation schedule is finalized.       

Questions about the project? Email publicworks@cityofsanmateo.org or call (650) 522-7300.

Presentations

May 22, 2019 - Pilot proposal

Jan. 14, 2020 - Community meeting presentation 

Neighborhood Notifications

Notification Area 

We rely on County Assessors lists for our mailing addresses. If you are a resident within the mapped zone and you have not received our mailings, please email publicworks@cityofsanmateo.org or call (650) 522-7300 to be added. 

December 2019 - Meeting Invitation

March 2020 - Intersection Survey

June 2020 - Survey Results Follow-up Postcard