Java Dr Road Diet
The city council voted unanimously on 11/30/21 to approve this project.
Spring 2022 - Final designs completed
Summer 2022 - Construction starts
Summer 2023 - Construction finishes
If you want to help with future advocacy efforts, please become a member of the Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition and join Bike Sunnyvale.
The city of Sunnyvale is considering doing a road diet on Java Dr to convert the 2 outer traffic lanes of Java Dr into buffered bike lanes. This is a fantastic project that will make it much safer and enjoyable to bike in Moffett Park!
This project will
Improve access to nearby bike lanes, the Borregas Bridges, businesses in Moffett Park, Baylands Park, VTA Light Rail Stations, and the Bay Trail.
Install bicycle detection at signalized intersections
Permit safer turning for cyclists, avoiding vehicular conflicts
Increase safety for existing cyclists and encourage new cyclists to ride. Increased cycling takes cars off the road, reducing traffic.
Build on the multi-modal transportation focus of the Moffett Park specific plan
Make it safer to cross the street (pedestrians will only have to cross 2 lanes of traffic instead of 4)