San Mateo Pedestrian Master Plan Workshop

From SVBC:

Learn about the City of San Mateo’s Pedestrian Master Plan and contribute your ideas to make the City more walkable and pedestrian friendly.

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San Leandro Bicycle Plan goes to City Council

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From EBBC: Having being reviewed by the Planning Commission on 11/18/10 and the Facilities and Transportation Committee on 12/14/10, the draft 2010 Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan is expected to be adopted by the City Council on Monday, 02/07/11. The latest draft Plan and the Design Guidelines can be downloaded from City’s website at San Leandro […]

City of San Mateo Bicycle Master Plan Community Workshop

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"San Mateo, Calif. — The City of San Mateo’s Department of Public Works is holding its first community workshop for the development of the City of San Mateo Bikeways Master Plan – a critical planning document that will help determine bicycling paths in San Mateo for years to come. Public Works is seeking broad community […]

San Leandro City Council set to adopt a “city bike racks” program

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From EBBC: In accordance with San Leandro’s adopted 2010 Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan, City staff in San Leandro has started to set aside $5,000 annually from the Measure B Bicycle and Pedestrian Funds to install low-cost, inverted “U” shaped bicycle racks in the public right-of-way, especially in major commercial activity centers, as requested. Three […]

Emeryville Pedestrian and Bicycle Plan Public Workshop #1

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From EBBC: The City of Emeryville invites you to tour the City’s walking and biking amenities and provide input into the update of the City’s Pedestrian and Bicycle Master Plan. Tours will be hosted by consultants Alta Planning + Design and Fehr & Peers, and will include discussion of bicycle and pedestrian issues at key […]

Got Sidewalks? A West San Carlos / South Bascom Community Conversation

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From Greenbelt Alliance: What are the building blocks to make a community healthy, walkable, vibrant and complete? Join Greenbelt Alliance and San Jose State University on Thursday, May 10 for Part 2 in our Got Sidewalks? series about the future urban village of West San Carlos / South Bascom. After weeks auditing the streets block by block, our team […]