Oakland Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Committee

From East Bay Bicycle Coalition:

March 21, 2013 – 5:30pm – 7:30pm

Our Oakland Bikeways Campaign is on the agenda for the March Oakland BPAC Meeting and we need you in attendance to support our ask for great bike lanes on Telegraph Ave, Park Blvd and 14th Street downtown. While staff are generally supportive of bikeways on these streets, EBBC intends to make sure the bike lanes are well-designed and are comfortable and inviting for you and your friends to use on an everyday basis. Please join us March 21 and let’s add some miles to Oakland’s bikeway network. See you there.

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