Berkeley West Street Pathway Planning Workshop

From EBBC:

The City of Berkeley recently received funding to complete the West Street Pathway for pedestrians and bicyclists along the former Santa Fe Railroad Right of Way between Cedar-Rose Park and Strawberry Creek Park. See map on attached pdf for more information. Please consider attending one of these public meetings to provide input on the pathway design. Comments may also be submitted in writing to the email address below by 5 p.m. on April 22nd, 2011. This deadline for comments will allow us to design and construct the path within the timeline imposed by the grant.

For more information please contact Eric Anderson, Associate Planner, at 510-981-7062.

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