Open Tab: Survey “Danger Zone” 60% of Vehicles are Bicycles to read the Video Survey Results. The 30 Photos below represent a few of the 768 vehicles (97%) that Crossed Over the Vitual Centerline at Blind Curve #2 as they drove from the Mount Diablo State Park directionRead More
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.”Read More
The Following Letter was sent to All Diablo Community Service District ResidentsRead More
*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!!Read More
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 2018Read More
According to CHP Dispatch, “It’s Not Our Jurisdiction.” Apparently CHP c0ntacted CA State Parks. A Mount Diablo State Park Ranger arrived at 0852hrs (photos below). According to CA State Parks, “It’s Not Our Jurisdiction.”Read More
CVC 21752: No vehicle shall be driven to the left side of the roadway under the following conditions: (a) When approaching or upon the crest of a grade or a curve in the highway where the driver’s view is obstructed within such distance as to create a hazard in the event another vehicle might approach from the opposite direction.Read More
At the present time, California State Parks has no plan to deal with the yearly increase of Park Visitors who are compelled to park on the road and then walk in the road to reach the Summit Trail Head.Read More
Maayan Jones was hit by a vehicle on Blind Curve #2, Mt. Diablo Scenic Blvd (June 26, 2019). Maayan loved to ride a bike and especially enjoyed riding up Mount Diablo. Please take a moment to remember Maayan the next time you travel up the mountain.
Diablo MapsRead More
SPECIAL THANKS to the DANVILLE POLICE for contacting the Registered Owner of this Honda! Near-Miss Bike vs Vehicle Collision, Diablo Road and Green Valley Road Intersection (Turn up Volume). Bike Danville is working with the Town of Danville to make the streets safer for Cyclists, Motorists and Pedestrians! If this happens to you, please contact your local Police Department, CHP and/or County Sheriff and ask them to Contact the Registered Owner of the Vehicle!
In 2014, signs were Posted on the Path/Easement by a Diablo Resident. When the Property Owner was notified, he removed them, called the person who installed them and told him never to install these signs on his property again!Read More
The Town of Danville FAQs are below or click here to their site
This is a proposal by Davidon Homes to develop approximately 29 acres (or 7%) of the 410-acre project site with 69 single family homes and seven attached secondary dwelling units (a.k.a. “casitas” or “in-law units”) As shown on the project site plan on the project page, the proposed lots are shown in blue while the remaining 381 acres (shown in white) would be converted to permanent open space.
No. The name of the proposed project selected by the developer is The Magee Preserve. If approved, the project would set aside approximately 93% of the site as permanent open space. However, at this time the property is privately owned by the Magee family and has development rights based on General Plan and zoning regulations established long before the Town’s incorporation.
As shown on the site plan (on the project page), the property is located on the south side of Diablo Road and Blackhawk Road extending approximately two miles east from the intersection of Diablo Road/Green Valley Road/McCauley Road. MostRead More