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Ned’s Way crossing beacon a long-awaited victory for residents

A Caltrans crew begins sidewalk work for a new high-intensity activated crosswalk, or Hawk, signal for the Tiburon Boulevard crosswalk at Ned’s Way, serving The Hilarita and Chandler’s Gate communities, the Police Department and the Dairy Knoll recreation center. (Nick Shorten Jr. / For The Ark)

Work is underway to install a new light-signal system at the Tiburon Boulevard crosswalk at Ned’s Way — a victory for neighbors who have long advocated for pedestrian-safety upgrades at the intersection.


Caltrans began work last week to install a high-intensity activated crosswalk signal, also known as a Hawk beacon, at the crossing, which connects The Hilarita and Chandler’s Gate housing complexes to sidewalks leading to the Old Rail Trail for access to bayside parks and downtown Tiburon. The crosswalk also provides access to two bus stops, The Ranch’s Dairy Knoll recreation center and the Police Department.

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