Albany Traffic Safety Commission Meeting: Bike Lanes on San Pablo

From EBBC:

The Albany Traffic & Safety Commission will review plans for a ‘complete streets’ project on San Pablo Avenue. The East Bay Bicycle Coalition and the Albany Strollers & Rollers are pushing for bike lanes on San Pablo Avenue. Please join us at this meeting or contact Dave Campbell, EBBC Program Director to find out how you can get involved and make San Pablo Avenue a much better streets for people bicycling, walking and taking transit.

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Berkeley Bicycle Subcommittee Meeting: Green Bike Lanes on Hearst Ave

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Agenda [pdf] From ebbc.org: Green bike lanes on Hearst Avenue on the agenda The Bicycle Subcommittee of the Berkeley Transportation Commission will conduct a workshop concerning the Hearst Corridor Study, which focuses on pedestrian, bicycle, transit and traffic safety improvements on Hearst Avenue between Shattuck Avenue and Gayley/La Loma along the north side of the […]

Traffic Skills 101 Classroom Workshop – Albany

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From EBBC: Learn to Drive a Bike – FREE Urban Bike Safety Classes! This 3.5-hour classroom course teaches the basics of safe cycling, riding in traffic, equipment, crash avoidance, and rights and responsibilities. For adults 14 and over. No bike needed. Register for this Albany Class All graduates of Traffic Skills 101 earn a free […]

Solano Stroll

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From EBBC: 37th Annual Solano Stroll: “Unsung Heroes” 26 blocks of free fun! Solano Ave between The Alameda and San Pablo. Valet bike parking provided by the East Bay Bicycle Coalition at: location t.b.d. Sign up here to volunteer! and by the Albany Strollers & Rollers at: Location: Solano Avenue just west of Masonic (“pumpkin […]

Menlo Park Gets One Step Closer to Protected Bike Lanes on El Camino Real

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A report released by Menlo Park’s Public Works Department last week [PDF] recommends protected bike lanes and Dutch-style “protected intersections” on El Camino Real. The two-year El Camino Real Corridor Study, led by transportation consulting firm W-Trans, said building bike lanes protected from car traffic by a curb would provide “the most optimum safety conditions for bicycling” and walking while […]