Call for participation: Campus roads Bike and Pedestrian Safety Study

The University of California, Santa Cruz has recently launched the Campus Roads Bike and Pedestrian Safety Study to identify safety enhancements and develop conceptual street designs for key campus corridors.

The study aims to develop concept designs that would improve safety for vulnerable road users while taking into consideration the broader context of university mobility and the campus experience. Ultimately this study will assist UC Santa Cruz in securing grant and other funding to advance priority corridor improvements through to construction. This study is the first in a series of transportation initiatives on campus to improve circulation, mobility and safety.

Please join us at our upcoming three-day Design Workshop, Jan. 30 - Feb.1,  to hear more about the project and provide input on how we can improve campus access.

The events will be in person and open to the campus community. Refreshments will be served for all participants. Please see the event details below:

Drop-in Open Studio (with the Design Team):
Tuesday Jan 30, 1pm-4pm
Quarry Plaza, Bay Tree Bookstore Building, Muwekma Ohlone Conference Room 351

Wednesday Jan 31, 9am-12pm, 1pm-4pm
Quarry Plaza, Bay Tree Bookstore Building, Cervantes + Velasquez Room 318

Closing Presentation and Town Hall:
Thursday Feb 1, 4:30-6pm
Stevenson Event Center, Room 180

Questions about the project or events can be directed to Project Manager, Oxo Slayer by email at or by phone at 831-212-0185.