Menlo Park in a Stage 2 drought. Please take urgent steps to reduce water use.
Many services can be accessed online rather than in person. In person services currently require advance appointments.
The Transportation Division promotes the efficient movement of people and goods throughout Menlo Park by maintaining and enhancing a functional and efficient transportation network.
The Transportation Division promotes the use of public transit, ride sharing, bicycles, and walking and manages the City's 40 traffic signals, 2200 streetlights and overall roadway network.
The Division also coordinates the Menlo Park free shuttles serving over 80,000 riders annually, traffic safety education, and neighborhood traffic calming programs. The Division supports the Complete Streets Commission.
Here you will find an array of bicycling information that provides you tips to get started bicycling or if you already bike, you can find great resources to keep you going. You will find information on local and regional bike maps, safety tips, and an overview of state bicycling laws.
Find information and standards for new development projects including impact fees, driveway and parking requirements and analysis requirements.
View the City's transportation policies and guidelines
View information on rail projects that affect the City of Menlo Park.
Menlo Park's Safe Routes to Schools program aims to enhance access to all schools that serve Menlo Park residents. The City leads the preparation of a Safe Routes to Schools plan with a particular focus on gathering input and feedback from school officials, students, parents and residents near the school.
See maps and schedules for free shuttle services in Menlo Park.
View traffic volume data collected in Menlo Park.
See a list of transportation plans adopted by Menlo Park.
Peruse a list of projects underway by the Transportation Division.
Learn how to obtain a truck route permit.
Hugh LouchAssistant Public Works Director - TransportationEmail