This project will develop a plan for a Class IV separated bikeway and the conversion of the existing Park and Ride into a Mobility Hub that offers access to a variety of sustainable transportation options. It will also include complete streets and smart corridor features and access improvements for people walking at four intersections along the corridor.


Project Team

  • City of San Mateo (Sponsor)
  • SamTrans (Funding Partner)
  • San Mateo County Transportation Authority (Implementing Agency - TA Technical Assistance)

Project Goals

  • Expand transportation options
  • Increase access to safe, high-quality transit
  • Reduce emissions and enhance public health
  • Improve conditions for all non-motorized forms of transportation (e.g. walking, biking, scootering, etc.)

Project Location

City of San Mateo - 19th Ave. and Fashion Island Blvd, including the Caltrans Park and Ride Lot beneath the US101/SR92 interchange

Map showing extent of corridor on 19th Avenue and Fashion Island Boulevard


Project Timeline

  • Spring 2023: Assess existing conditions and develop infrastructure toolkit
  • Spring/Summer 2023: Phase 1 of community engagement to identify needs and mobility gaps
  • Summer 2023: Develop design alternatives to address community identified issues
  • Summer/Fall 2023: Phase 2 of community engagement to review design alternatives
  • Fall 2023: Select preferred alternative and develop an implementation strategy
  • Winter 2023: Create the draft and final Plan

Ways to Get Involved!

  • Community Design Alternatives Workshop
    • Come share your ideas on the initial conceptual designs to enhance transportation access and safety to Caltrain, a future SamTrans bus hub, and along Fashion Island Boulevard and 19th Avenue for all users.
      • Date: May 15, 2024
      • Time: 6:00-7:30 PM
      • Location: Fiesta Gardens International School, Multipurpose Room, 1001 Bermuda Dr, San Mateo, 94403
      • Not able to join us at the meeting? Check back here after May 15th for an online survey to share your thoughts on the conceptual design alternatives!


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