Oakland Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Committee Meeting

From EBBC

Monthly meeting of the Oakland Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Committee. Open to the public and we welcome your attendance to provide input on bikeway improvements in Oakland. On the agenda for November is the City’s 5-year repaving program and the bikeway improvements to be included therein. Hope to see you there.

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