The Stevens/Valley Avenue corridor in the City of Solana Beach is the most actively used route for active transportation in the community. Many residents rely on it to get to businesses and schools in the area. There is a lack of adequate bike facilities and pedestrian infrastructure over large sections of the route. The City’s recently completed Comprehensive Active Transportation Strategy (CATS) Plan prioritized improvements in this corridor. The planned traffic facilities improvements for motorists, bicyclists and pedestrians on Stevens will greatly increase the quality of life in the neighborhood by reducing bicycle collisions, increasing bicycle and pedestrian traffic to local businesses and schools, and transform this area of Solana Beach into a healthier, more livable community. This is especially important in the La Colonia de Eden Gardens section of Solana Beach where low income, transit-dependent residents are concentrated.