California Bicycle Advisory Committee

Location: room 2116 (second floor) Department of Transportation Building
1120 N Street, Sacramento
phone bridge number: 1-517-966-0134
participant code: 2110607

Agenda items include:
"Gore" Zone Bike lanes (continuation from previous meeting)
Work zone accommodations for bicycles - Bob James, Caltrans District 11

California Bicycle Advisory Committee (CBAC)

California State Bicycle Advisory Committee Meeting
June 7, 2007 from 10:00am to 3:00pm in room #2116, Department of Transportation headquarters at 1120 N Street, Sacramento

Phone bridge number: (517) 966-0134
Participant Code 2110607


  • District reports
  • Gore Zone bike lanes
  • National bicycling and walking documentation study
  • City of Emeryville Bike Buffer/Bollard Proposal
  • Legislative Update - Alan Wachtel

Caltrans District 4 BAC

Caltrans District 4 Bicycle Advisory Committee - April 18, July 18, Oct 17, 1:30 pm, 111 Grand Avenue, Oakland, Mtn View Room, 15th fl. Meets quarterly to review state highway projects that impact bicycle facilities. Staff: Julian Carroll, 510-286-5598, Julian; Chair: Sean Co, MTC,, 510-217-5748 EBBC Rep Robert Raburn, (510) 530-3444

Tentative April 18 Agenda Items include:

I. Adoption of final CTD4BAC Charter
Discussion: Draft Charter reviewed at Jan 17 (see minutes below).

II. SR4 and Port Chicago Highway

California Bicycle Advisory Committee

CA Bicycle Advisory Committee
April 5, 2007 - 10:00am to 3:00pm
Room 2116, Second Floor
Department of Transportation Building
1120 N Street, Sacramento

Phone Bridge Number: (517)966-0134
Participant Code 2110607

Status reports

DD-64 revisions
Desmond Bridge
Environmental Checklists
National Household Transportation Survey
Bikes and the Bonds
Complete Streets

Unfinished Business

Bicycling in Crosswalks
Special License Plates
Bike Path Collision Reporting

New Business

Bicycle Proximity Sensor

East Bay Bicycle Coalition joins Fourth Bore Coalition in lawsuit against Caltrans

On November 13, 2007, EBBC and the Fourth Bore Coalition (FBC) filed a lawsuit against Caltrans and the Contra Costa Transportation Authority (CCTA) on the grounds that the proposed 4th Bore does not comply with the California Environmental Quality Act. You can view a copy of the petition that FBC filed in Superior Court.

RSR Bridge

Caltrans has been dragging its feet on implementing bike access to the shoulder area, as required by the BCDC permit.

On February 13, 2008, EBBC meets with MTC and Caltrans with the hope of approving a movable barrier on the upper deck of the Richmond/San Rafael Bridge. This compromise provides bicycle and pedestrian access at all hours except peak commute period in the morning. EBBC is optimistic that the solution will meet Caltrans' criteria and the MTC's funding and political will.


West span bike/ped/maintenance path

The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition (SFBC) has stepped up to take a lead role in advocating to "Bridge the Gap" between San Francisco and Yerba Buena Island.


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