Giant Road Cycletrack and Pavement Repair Project

  1. PROJECT INFORMATION - ENGLISH
  2. INFORMACIÓN DEL PROYECTO - ESPAÑOL

Project OverviewRegional Map of the Giant Road Cycletrack / Mapa regional del carril-bici de Giant Road

The Giant Road Cycletrack and Pavement Repair Project will install a two-way, separated and protected (Class IV) bicycle lane on the western side of Giant Road, adjacent to the railroad tracks, between Brookside Drive and Miner Avenue.  Additional pavement and ADA ramp repairs will be implemented throughout the corridor.

Image to the right: Regional map with the Proposed Giant Road “Cycletrack” (in red) with other regional bicycle projects and destinations.

Key Project Elements

The Project will include the following key elements:

  • A two-way separated and protected (Class IV) bicycle “cycletrack”
  • Improved pavement conditions
  • New striping and pavement markings
  • Improved pedestrian access through enhanced ADA curb ramps

Project Schedule

  • Design and Permitting: 2021 - 2022
    • Public Meeting: April 14, 2021 on Zoom
  • Construction (estimated): 2023

Project Team

  • Project Manager: Ronalyn Nonato, Associate Engineer, City of San Pablo
  • Project Design Team: City Staff, Toole Design
  • Project Construction Manager: Ronalyn Nonato, Associate Engineer, City of San Pablo 
  • Project Construction Contractors: To be determined

Project Contact

If you have any questions regarding the project, please contact Ronalyn Nonato, at (510) 215-3065 or by email.

Project Funding

The total estimated cost of the Wildcat Creek Restoration & Greenway Trail is ~$1.5 million.

The Project has been made possible by the following funding sources:Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) logo

  • City funds: $81,000
  • Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC)
    • Transportation Development Act (TDA): $150,000
    • Safe & Seamless Mobility Quick-Strike Program: $700,000
    • One Bay Area Grant (OBAG): $635,000
    • The Metropolitan Transportation Commission, or MTC, is the transportation planning, financing and coordinating agency for the nine-county San Francisco Bay Area.

For more information, visit MTC.