ABOUT THE PROJECT
The Fresno Council of Governments (Fresno COG), in partnership with City of Fresno and County of Fresno, are preparing a plan to improve Fresno’s Industrial Triangle to promote safety for the local community members, while facilitating exciting economic development for current and prospective employers.
The boundaries of the Industrial Triangle, or “Reverse Triangle Area”, is bounded by State Route 41 (SR-41) to the west, State Route 99 (SR-99) to the east, Church Avenue at the north and Adams Avenue to the south. There is an extended section along Cedar from SR-99 to Adams Avenue. (See Interactive Map for a visual)
The Triangle serves a diverse community and fulfills a mix of roles for its users. It serves as a major employer (i.e. Amazon, Ulta…), in the City of Fresno and contains residential neighborhoods as you move south of the City. Today, the Triangle mostly has vehicle and truck traffic, resulting in a stressful environment for bicyclists and pedestrians, including children walking to school.
Community and stakeholder input is vital to help create a successful concept that will benefit this region for generations.
After receiving community input, this plan will: