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Civil Engineering

Design and Construction

  • This Design and Construction consists of the Design Team and Construction Team. The Design Team provides design-engineering services for the annual Capital Improvement Program (CIP) for streets, traffic signals, waterlines and facilities, sewerlines and facilities, park sites and other various building facility improvements. The Design portion of the program provides for both in-house designs as well as the contracting for design services with consulting engineers and architects. The Construction Team provides the administration and inspection of the City's construction contracts. It also provides inspection services for development projects constructing facilities with City right-of-way.

        Phone Number: 909-620-2261

Capital Improvement Program

  • This Capital Improvement Program Division consists of the Design Team and Construction Team. The Design Team provides design-engineering services for the annual Capital Improvement Program (CIP) for streets, traffic signals, waterlines and facilities, sewerlines and facilities, park sites and other various building facility improvements. The Design portion of the program provides for both in-house designs as well as the contracting for design services with consulting engineers and architects. The Construction Team provides the administration and inspection of the City's construction contracts. It also provides inspection services for development projects constructing facilities within City right-of-way.

         Phone Number: 909-620-2261

 


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CIP

This Capital Improvement Program consists of the Design Team and Construction Team. The Design Team provides design-engineering services for the annual Capital Improvement Program (CIP) for streets, traffic signals, waterlines and facilities, sewer lines and facilities, park sites and other various building facility improvements. The Design portion of the program provides for both in-house designs as well as the contracting for design services with consulting engineers and architects. The Construction Team provides the administration and inspection of the City's construction contracts. It also provides inspection services for development projects constructing facilities within City right-of-way.

Contact Individual/Number: 909-620-2261

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Bidding

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Pomona Active Transportation Plan (ATP)

 

Update Regarding the Active Transportation and General Plan

 

 

 

Welcome to the City of Pomona’s Active Transportation Plan (ATP) webpage. IMG 8825

 

This webpage will be a resource for Pomona residents, stakeholders and others who want information related to the City’s Active Transportation Plan which includes a complete Bicycle Master Plan as well as associated pedestrian and safe routes to school planning efforts.

 

On this page you will find pertinent information and updates relating to activities such as public meetings and availability of maps or documents. For general information and background please visit the Intro page (2).

 

The Public Meetings page (3) will provide information specifically relating to public meetings, such as meeting time and locations and meeting minutes. When plan documents or maps are available, they can be accessed through the Documents page.

 

We encourage you to direct your comments on this project to Matt Pilarz, Senior Engineer with the City of Pomona Public Works Department at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or (909) 620-3652.

 



Introduction

 

Recognizing walking and bicycling as healthy, accessible and sustainable forms of transportation, the City has embarked on developing its first Active Transportation Plan (ATP), which includes a complete Bicycle Master Plan combined with targeted pedestrian and safe routes to school planning efforts. The ATP will be a blueprint for the future of walking and bicycling in Pomona. Pomona already provides options for those who want to walk and bike. The City’s topography, a well-connected grid street system, and temperate weather can help further contribute to a vibrant street life and high quality of life for Pomona residents. The emerging economic vitality of downtown Pomona, proximity to schools and institutions of higher learning, and transportation assets such as the downtown Pomona Amtrak/Metrolink station will provide opportunities to expand mobility choices in Pomona, making it an even more inviting place to walk and bike.

 

What’s Involved – The ATP is a roadmap for developing pedestrian and bicycle infrastructure in the City, with an emphasis on promoting walking and bicycling as viable transportation options and fostering a practical, safe, and enjoyable environment to do so. Pomona’s ATP will focus on a number of projects to improve and expand upon the existing pedestrian and bicycle networks and encourage walking and bicycling for recreational and commuter trips.

The Vision – The ATP will provide an overall vision for the future of walking and bicycling in Pomona, with specific policies and programs to achieve this vision. The vision will be shaped by the values of the Pomona community, and will be supported by policies already included in the City’s General Plan, and the Los Angeles Countywide Bicycle Plan, which was recently updated.

 

Active Transportation Infrastructure – The update to the Bicycle Master Plan will include the development of a proposed Citywide bikeway network, seeking to build safe and accessible connections to Downtown Pomona, local schools and universities, and bicycle facilities in neighboring cities, and improving non-motorized accessibility near and through barriers such as the Metrolink tracks and freeways (I-10 and SR 71). The plan will also recommend specific bicycle and pedestrian safety improvements around schools and at intersections throughout the City.

 

Active Transportation Policies and Programs – To foster a pedestrian- and bicycle-friendly community, the ATP will also provide guidance on programs that educate and encourage residents to walk and bike. These programs will promote walking and bicycling for commuting, recreation and everyday trips.

 

 


 

Public Meetings

 

On September 19th, a presentation was given to the Pomona Active Transportation Plan Stakeholder Committee at the City of Pomona Council Chambers.
A link to the presentation is provided here

 

 


 

10/11/12

The Draft Active Transportation Plan will be presented to the Transportation Subcommittee on October 18th. This meeting is free and open to the public.

 

Transportation Subcommittee Meeting

City of Pomona – Council Chambers

Thursday, October 18th, 2012

5:30 PM

 

The City Council Chambers are located adjacent to Pomona City Hall:

505 South Garey Avenue

Pomona, California 91766


 

7/19/2012

Thank you to all those who attended the second Pomona BMP/ATP public meeting. There were over 30 attendees.

 

For people who were unable to attend the meeting, we are posting the graphics here and welcome additional input from those who could not attend (or attended but forgot to mention something).

 

While all input is welcome, last night’s meeting focused on the following three topics:

  • Preliminary conceptual bikeway recommendations
  • Potential programs and policies to promote active transportation
  • Locations for bicycle parking

 

 

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 Potential Programs & Policies

 

 

 bikeParking

 Bike Parking

 

 

 bikegenerators

 Bike Generators

 


 

6/28/12

Pomona stakeholders, residents, employees, business owners, and others are invited to participate in a meeting: July 18, 2012 (6PM – 8PM).

 

Specific information sought at the July 18th meeting will focus on preliminary bikeway recommendations and potential policies and programs.

 

The meeting will be held Wednesday, July 18, 2012, from 6PM – 8PM at the Emerson Middle School (635 Lincoln Avenue, Pomona, CA 91767), on the east side of Towne Avenue north of Lincoln Avenue.

 


 

5/2/12

Thank you to all the participants of the first Pomona BMP/ATP public meeting. There were approximately 60 attendees.

 

For people who were unable to attend the meeting, we are posting the graphics here and welcome additional input from those who could not attend (or attended but forgot to mention something).

 

BikewayTypes 

Bicycle Facility Types

 

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Bikeway Facility Types

 

Bicycle-Parking

Bicycle Parking Examples

 

Landuse

Pomona Land Use Map

 

Bikegenerators

Pomona Bicycle Generators

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Pomona Aerial - North

 

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Pomona Aerial - South


 

3/1/12

Information regarding the time, location, and details of public meetings will be posted here, when available. Following meetings, meeting minutes and materials will also be posted to this website.

 

Attention Pomona Stakeholders: The first public meeting for the Pomona BMP/ATP will be held on April 26th, 2012, from 6PM – 8PM at the Ganesha Park Community Center. This meeting will focus on soliciting input from stakeholders on the following items:

 

  • Where do you bicycle?
  • Where are your current constraints/concerns related to bicycling?
  • Where are the barriers for bicycling?
  • What ideas do you have for enhancements?
  • What classification of bikeway do you prefer (Class I, II, or III)?
  • What types of bicycle parking do you prefer?
  • We look forward to hearing from the local community on the bicycle plan and questions above.
 
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