Oakland Bicycle-Pedestrian Advisory Committee (BART car design review)

Agenda [pdf]

On the agenda:

  • New BART car design: Aaron Weinstein, BART’s Chief Communications Officer, will solicit input on the design of BART’s Fleet of the Future
  • Oakland Complete Streets Policy – upcoming City Council ordinance staff report
  • 40th St green “super sharrows” bikeway design experiment – staff report
  • Street resurfacing/bikeway striping overview – staff report

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