M-7 Underused Rights-of-Way

The City shall conduct a study to identify underused rights-of-way, such as street lanes, open drainage facilities, and railroad corridors, to convert to bikeways, pedestrian ways, trails, and/or landscaping improvements. Based on findings from the study, the City shall prepare and submit recommendations to the City Council on priorities to maximize the use of underused right-of-way for non-motorized facilities or landscaping improvements. 

Responsible Department(s):
Public Works – Engineering and Transportation
Supporting Department(s)/Partner(s):
City Attorney, Development Services, Hayward Area Recreation and Park District, Public Works – Utilities and Environmental Services
Program Type(s):
Planning Studies and Reports (PSR)
Implements These Policy(ies):
Funding Source(s):
General Fund
Timeframe:
2020-2040

Program Status:
Not Started
In Progress
Complete