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New Hwy 183 crosswalk — Paso de peatones en Castroville cruce ceremonial

In this post, see video snippets of the new CA SR 183 / Merritt Street crosswalk at work.

What about crosswalks, like the new one below?

Are crosswalks just for walking/pedestrians, or for bicycling too? See “Bicycling on Sidewalks: Misconceptions and Advisories.” It includes info about crosswalks, plus what pedestrians and bicyclists want each other to know.

Want more infrastructure improvements?

Be a voice for people who use active transportation—walking, biking, or skating—in Castroville and other parts of Monterey County Supervisorial District 2.

  • Apply to serve on the Transportation Agency for Monterey County’s Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities Advisory Committee. Haven’t attended a meeting? The public is welcome. Check out Bicycling Monterey’s bike-ped committee tips.
  • The primary and alternate committee positions for District 2, as well as the positions for the North County Recreation & Park District, are among the many TAMC bike-ped committee membership vacancies as of May 7, 2018. Contact TAMC to learn more about the bike-ped committee and how to apply.

Questions? Contact TAMC — habla español.

Archived info: Paso de peatones en Castroville cruce ceremonial

“Los peatones de la comunidad de Castroville pronto podrán utilizar un nuevo paso de peatones a través de la intersección de la Ruta Estatal 183 (Merritt Street) y Crane Street. La Agencia de Administración de Recursos del Condado de Monterey ha anunciado que la construcción del proyecto estará terminado viernes, 4 de mayo del 2018 a las 12:00 p.m.” Mas información:

A ceremonial crossing at the corner of State Route 183 (Merritt Street) and Crane Street on Friday, May 4, 2018 at noon. Details:

Now see them at work!
Help make biking, walking, and skating safer and more convenient for local families like these, as well as for visitors. Consider serving on the TAMC bike-ped committee.


This post was published on 1 May 2018. One or more changes last made to this post on 24 April 2019.

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