DIABLO COMMUNITY SERVICE DISTRICT DANGER ZONE LETTER TO STATE PARKS

“Our Board supports the position taken by our residents and the community and requests that you prioritze evaluation of the conditions of this dangerous section of road along with the vehicular and cyclists traffic to determine what improvements can and must be made to safeguard all users of Mt. Diablo Scenic. We would also welcome…

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SILENT ANGELS OF SCENIC & LARGE PINE LOGS

Park Visitor Vehicles often park in the Danger Zone, thereby further narrowing the roads. Forcing Park visitor vehicles, pedestrians and cyclists into the path of vehicular traffic.  Apparently, the “Silent Angels of Scenic” Flew thru the Danger Zone sprinkling large pine logs along the side of the road! DIABLO ROAD TRAIL By bikedanville | October…

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Video Survey Danger Zone (Blind Curve #3) Solid Double Yellow Line

On July 17, 2021 (10am to 11am) a Video Survey was conducted of All Mount Diablo State Park Visitor Vehicles, Bicycles and Hikers traveling up/down at Blind Curve #3, Danger Zone, Mt. Diablo Scenic Blvd.  Where numerous Near-Miss Bike vs Vehicle and Actual Collisions have occurred. No Vehicle crossed over the Solid Double Yellow Line,…

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STATE PARKS RESPONSE TO APRIL 19, 2021 LETTER

Response by Eddie Guaracha, Superintendent Diablo Range District. Red highlight added to emphasize his focus on “Road Maintenance” NOT Safety.  Read the April 19, 2021 Letter to Understand how Eddie Guaracha Totally ignored the request to: “implement a safety plan to protect all park visitors traveling through the Mt. Diablo Scenic Blvd Danger Zone.”

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DANVILLE MASTER BICYCLE PLAN

*BREAKING NEWS! HISTORIC MOMENT! On June 8, 2021 the Danville Town Council conducted a Study Session to Review the “Draft Bicycle Master Plan.” On July 6, 2021 the Town Council will Vote to Adopt the Final Bicycle Master Plan(BMP). To view the Danville Video Presentation of the BMP, click here……Enjoy!! 

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BICYCLE INVOLVED COLLISIONS 2020-2009

96 Bicycle Involved Collisions were Reported to California Highway Patrol (CHP) Statewide Integrated Traffic Records System (SWITRS) 2020-2009. We believe this number is LOW, missing documents. No SWITRS Reported Bicycle Involved Collisions in 2018

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