The City of Mountain View is preparing a Streetscape Plan for El Camino Real consistent with the City’s adopted El Camino Real Precise Plan (ECRPP). The Streetscape Plan includes public improvement design guidelines to create a more pedestrian, bicycle and transit friendly boulevard environment that identifies the corridor as a welcoming destination. The guidelines
will help to visually define the character of El Camino Real as a unique ‘neighborhood’ within the City of Mountain View. The plan also identifies locations for the installation of three new signalized pedestrian crossings.


El Camino Real extends for approximately four miles through the City of Mountain View, connecting with Sunnyvale to the southeast and with Palo Alto and Los Altos to the northwest. It is a key transportation corridor for residents and visitors, connecting major shopping and civic destinations with freeways, neighborhood and arterial streets, and transit stops. The Mountain View City Council adopted the ECRPP in 2014, which provides design guidelines applicable to development of private properties abutting the El Camino Real corridor and also offers preliminary recommendations regarding pedestrian, bicycle, and transit facilities along the corridor. The Streetscape Plan builds off of the ECRPP and provide location-specific design guidelines to improve all modes of transportation and enhance the experience of those who live, work, and visit along El Camino Real in the City of Mountain View.



To receive e-notifications of upcoming meetings, workshops, and available materials on the El Camino Real Streetscape Plan, please create an account (or login to an existing account) at https://www.mountainview.gov/mymv/ and select “El Camino Real Streetscape.”

Please contact Public Works Department at 650-903-6311 for more information.