Pedestrian & Bicycle

NCM provides planning and final design services for pedestrian and bicycle facilities, such as Class I paths and mixed use trails. The types of services provided include the following:

  • Project Management from Feasibility and Planning through Environmental Clearance, Final Design and Development of PS&E
  • Public Outreach Support
  • Bicycle & Pedestrian Organization/Coalition Outreach/Coordination
  • Feasibility, Planning and Alignment Studies
  • Project Study Reports (PSR)
  • Project Study Reports – Project Development Support (PSR-PDS)
  • Project Reports (PR)
  • Pedestrian/Bicycle Bridges – Advance Planning Studies, Type Selection, Final Design and PS&E
  • Right of Way Requirements and Acquisition Support
  • Final Design and PS&E
  • Engineering Support During Construction

Kern River Parkway Trail Extension

Kern County has initiated this project to develop and study alternatives for extending the Kern River Parkway Bike Trail from its current terminus at State Route 43 (Enos Lane) to the Buena Vista Aquatic Recreational Area. The roughly 6 mile extension would provide bicyclists a complete route from Lake Ming to Buena Vista Lake covering over 30 miles of trail.

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College Heights Bicycle and Pedestrian Trail

This project is being implemented with federal funding through the Transportation Enhancement (TE) program and will construct approximately 2.2 miles of separated Class I pathway along College Heights Boulevard beginning at Dolphin Avenue and extending south to Cerro Coso Community College in the City of Ridgecrest.

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Union Patsaouras Plaza Busway Station Design-Build

The project is being delivered through the design-build process with a cost of $20 million and will reconfigure the Union/Patsaouras Plaza Busway station boarding island and construct a new pedestrian bridge to enhance pedestrian transit connectivity between Patsaouras Plaza and the El Monte Busway.

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