MLK Jr Way Streetscape Workshop

From EBBC:

The City of Oakland Redevelopment Agency and their consultants will be holding a community workshop to develop a shared vision for Martin Luther King, Jr Way from West Grand to 40th Street. Your input will help the consultants to design a street that works for neighbors, businesses, and all road users (bikes too!).

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San Pablo Avenue Complete Street On-Site Walkthrough: Albany

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From EBBC: You can get involved in an exciting project to plan the future of Albany’s two biggest streets. The City of Albany is undertaking a Complete Streets process to develop plans for improving San Pablo Ave. and Buchanan St. The process will identify ways that the streets could be changed to better accommodate alternative […]

This Week in Livable Streets Events

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This week, a Board of Supervisors committee holds a hearing on citywide pedestrian safety issues, Supervisor Scott Wiener offers a walking tour of District 8, Balboa Park Station celebrates its grand new walkway, the SFMTA hears comments on a two-way Haight Street, and the SFBC helps build momentum for the JFK bikeway in Golden Gate […]

Re-envisioning Stockton Street Workshop

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From SPUR: Join SPUR and the Chinatown Community Development Center in a community workshop (in English) to discuss priorities and proposals for Stockton Street in Chinatown. Be part of the group to articulate best practices and offer your input on how Stockton Street could look and function by 2022. The workshop will include discussion of […]

APTA 2013 Sustainability and Public Transportation Workshop

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From American Public Transportation Association: 2013 Sustainability and Public Transportation Workshop Features cutting-edge speakers and breakout groups presenting environmental/energy efficient, economically sound, and socially responsible developments and practices to advance public transportation’s role in sustainability. The workshop is for general managers and senior staff likely to implement sustainability in transit agencies, suppliers, consultants, and other […]

Mary Avenue Street Space Allocation Study

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From SVBC: The City of Sunnyvale will hold the second Public Workshop for the Mary Avenue Street Space Allocation Study. http://sunnyvale.ca.gov/Departments/PublicWorks/PublicWorksHotTopics/Mar… The Study is examining ways to accommodate bicycles on Mary Avenue between Fremont and Maude Avenues.