"The public workshop for the LPA (Locally Preferred Alternative) has been split into two sessions, one with the Transportation Commission and the other with the Planning Commission. Opportunities to learn about BRT and the draft LPA proposal will be provided from 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM before the meetings. Public comment will be taken at […]
From EBBC: Do you bike to the North Berkeley Library or Northbrae Community Church? Shop by bike on Solano Avenue? Or do just want to be able to safely walk across The Alameda? The City of Berkeley is ready to make The Alameda a much more walkable, more bikeable street, as part of its 2012 […]
At close to midnight last night, the Berkeley City Council unanimously approved the Berkeley Bike Plan, which seeks to build a network of safe, connected bikeways throughout the city to encourage more people to ride bikes.
Agenda [pdf] From ebbc.org: Green bike lanes on Hearst Avenue on the agenda The Bicycle Subcommittee of the Berkeley Transportation Commission will conduct a workshop concerning the Hearst Corridor Study, which focuses on pedestrian, bicycle, transit and traffic safety improvements on Hearst Avenue between Shattuck Avenue and Gayley/La Loma along the north side of the […]
MTC meeting website.
From East Bay Bicycle Coalition: Public workshop May 2 We have a great opportunity to get Berkeley pothole-ridden bikeways repaved and in the process encourage more people to take up bike commuting. With Bike to Work Daycoming up May 9, now is the time to take advantage of the demand for better bike facilities in Berkeley. […]