Public Scoping Meeting for Richmond LBNL/UC Berkeley Research Facility

From EBBC:

Lawrence Berkeley National Lab issued a Notice of Preparation and Initial Study for their Richmond Bay Campus project on January 4. You may download it from The Initial Study mentions the Bay Trail a few times and talks about pedestrian and bicyclist connectivity without reference to the need for planned Bay Trail connections from S. 46th and 32nd Sts.

Public comments can be emailed to:
Jeff Philliber
Environmental Planner
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
One Cyclotron Road MS 76-225
Berkeley CA 94720


Proposed East Bay Bike-Share Sites Announced

Note: This story has been corrected since it was originally posted. Thank you to sharp-eyed readers. Bay Area Bike Share released a map of proposed sites for bike-share stations in the East Bay today. Proposed sites for expansion into San Francisco and San Jose have already been released, but these are the first ones for […]

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