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Paso Robles releases survey to help improve Niblick Corridor safety

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PASO ROBLES, Calif. - The City of Paso Robles created a survey to get input from the community on how to make the Niblick Corridor a safer area to walk, ride and drive.

According to the city, Niblick Road has collision rates 3.5 times higher than the national averages in some places.

Paso Robles said it conducted an outreach effort during the first week of November to hear from the community about what does and does not work along Niblick Road.

The city also hosted two community workshops, two public walking audits, met with the Paso Robles High School Engineering class and constructed a temporary protected bicycle lane for a day.

A new draft plan has now been developed by the city based on what they learned. The focus of the plan is the section of Niblick Road between South River Road and Fontana Road.

The plan will hopefully improve traffic circulation, make the road safer for bicyclists and provide better draining for stormwater among other things.

Paso Robles created a survey to receive further feedback on this new vision. The city said they plan to use the survey results to further refine the plan based on the community's needs and wants before they implement changes.

The survey can be taken at and will be available until Jan. 16.

Paso Robles said these improvements were made possible by funding from the Caltrans Sustainable Transportation Planning Grant.

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