International Boulevard Community Planning Meeting #1

From Transform:

(This workshop will focus on the area from 14th Avenue to 51st Avenue)

The City of Oakland has received a $245,000 grant from the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) Community-Based Transportation Planning Grant program, to prepare a plan that explores opportunities for developing Transit-Oriented Developments (TODs) at select locations along International Boulevard.

The International Boulevard TOD Plan will evaluate the following areas (nodes) within the city’s San Antonio, Fruitvale, Central East and Elmhurst districts:

These areas will be examined for opportunities where transportation, land use controls and other improvements could be installed to create TOD development projects.

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