Lone Pine Visioning
Caltrans is seeking community input on the Lone Pine Visioning Project
The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) District 9 is hosting a series of digital public meetings for the Lone Pine Visioning Project. These meetings will allow the public to give their input to create an overall visioning concept for the town of Lone Pine. The goal is to assemble a comprehensive list of community concerns, and identify and prioritize potential improvements to develop an overall vision for Main Street/U.S. Hwy 395 through downtown Lone Pine.
The project area covers approximately three miles of U.S. Hwy 395, stretching from the junction with State Route 136 in the south to Pangborne Lane in the north. The project area runs through Lone Pine and includes businesses, on-street parking, and 25-30 mph speed limits within the corridor.
Some of the potential improvements that could be included in this concept plan are:
- Pedestrian Improvements such as enhanced pedestrian signals, or artistic elements.
- Bicycle Improvements such as a buffered bicycle lane or bicycle racks.
- Vehicle Improvements such as driver signage or parking.
- Streetscaping, public art, lighting, or wayfinding.
As the visioning process moves forward, Caltrans District 9, along with MIG, Inc., will be hosting digital public meetings and workshops.
Public Workshop #1:
- When? October 28, 2020
- Time? 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm
Public Workshop #2:
- When? December 2, 2020
- Time? 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
In April and May of 2020, Caltrans accepted public comments through a survey on its website.
This survey is now closed.
Thank you for sharing your thoughts about possible improvements to US Highway 395 in Lone Pine!
This survey is one part of the overall engagement plan for the Lone Pine community. When it is safe to do so, Caltrans will hold public meetings and other various outreach opportunities. Your involvement and ideas are essential to the success of this project!
If you have any questions, please contact Caltrans Public Information Office at D9PublicInfo@dot.ca.gov