Some protected bike lanes in downtown San Jose.

10/2/19 Meeting – Walking, Biking, Scooting and More on the Stevens Creek/Winchester Corridors

With the completion of several high-profile projects (including The Reserve and Valley Fair) imminent and several other projects just starting (e.g. Santana West), what changes can we expect in the near-term and long-term for the road infrastructure along Stevens Creek and Winchester, in the WNAC area? What we can do as citizens to influence the direction of the changes?

This meeting will be a great opportunity to hear directly from San Jose’s Department of Transportation and others about the near-term and long-term changes that are coming to the Tri-Village (Winchester/Santana Row/Stevens Creek) area.

Speakers Included:

  • Martin Fatooh, Community Relations/Government Partnerships, BIRD
  • John Brazil Active Transportation Program Manager, City of San Jose, Department of Transportation
  • Doug Moody, Transportation Planner, City of San Jose


  • Introductions (5 min)
  • Councilmembers Update (15 min)
  • The Bigger Picture Vision of the Tri-Village Area (15 min)
  • New Mobility Alternatives (10 min)
  • Road/Sidewalk infrastructure changes (long-term, short-term & medium-term) (45 min)
  • Next steps

Meeting Minutes

The meeting is memorialized in the video below.

  • 7:00 – Discussion of the relative scale of various residential projects
  • 15:00 – Discussion of Winchester Ranch EIR & whether we submit WNAC comments, urban village plans & assumptions, and census stats on the number of people working and living in the WNAC
  • 32:00 – A walk down Winchester (video)
  • 41:00 Martin Fatooh from BIRD explains their micro-mobility option
  • 57:38 – Doug Moody – Transportation Planner for the City of San Jose
  • 01:20:00 – John Brazil, Active Transporation Program Manager for the City of San Jose

Watch the entire Walk down Winchester at this link

Please RSVP so we know how much pizza to order!