PASO ROBLES — The City of Paso Robles conducted an outreach effort during the first week of November to discuss a plan for improving the Niblick Corridor and now are asking people to take a Niblick Road Survey.

“We heard from a large array of community members on what does and doesn’t work, and ways to improve Niblick Road,” city officials stated. “It is important that we plan for ways to make getting around Paso easier and safer. Niblick Road has 3.5 times higher collision rates than the national averages in some places.”

City staff hosted two community workshops, two public walking audits, met with the Paso Robles High School engineering class and constructed a temporary protected bicycle lane for a day. 

“We heard from community members regarding driving, transit, walking, and bicycling concerns along the corridor. We have developed a draft plan to improve the Niblick Corridor and would like our residents to weigh in on that plan,” city officials stated. 

The city has developed a survey that takes only a few minutes to complete. The plan is to use survey results to refine the idea further and gauge the community’s needs and wants. The survey can be taken at The survey will be available until Jan. 16.