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Oakland/Alameda Missing Links Forum

February 24, 2010 - 5:30pm to 7:45pm

Inadequate path in the Posey Tube Citizens of Oakland and Alameda are strongly encouraged to participate!

When: Wednesday, February 24 from 5:30pm to 7:45pm, with wine and cheese served after.

Where: The American Institute for Architects East Bay office in downtown Oakland at 1405 Clay St.

Railroad track patch worn off

Assigned to:Unassigned
Created:Zach Kaplan at February 18, 2010 - 10:56am
Status: (Class I (bike/ped path) / Priority major)
Case ID:: -6576




railroad tracks at oblique angle


A railroad track crosses Eastbound Clement St. at the corner of Minturn St. in Alameda. A section of this track had been paved over to allow safer crossing. This pavement has mostly worn off exposing the metal tracks. A cyclist has to an extreme swerve to the left followed by a swerve to the right to cross the tracks at close to a 90 degree angle. The exposed track is difficult to see at night and especially dangerous when wet. The entire eastbound lane of Clement should be paved over where it crosses this track or better yet remove the track.


Learn how to fix your bike!

Learn how to fix your own bike at a nonprofit bike shop, Cycles of Change APC

Bike Maintenance and Repair Class Series

Wednesdays: February 24, March 3, March 10 and March 17. 6:30pm-8:30pm

$80-$150 sliding scale for all four classes.

650 W. Ranger Ave, Alameda, Ca 94501 at Cycles of Change APC

Take the BikeAlameda Survey.

Help BikeAlameda make biking better in Alameda. Give us a piece of your mind.

If you live or work in Alameda, please take two minutes to complete our online survey.

We are trying to get a general distribution of street users.
I will be closing the survey this Friday - Feb 5, so if you haven't already completed the survey, please do.

And send it along to your friends and neighbors, too.

BikeAlameda Annual Planning Meeting

February 6, 2010 - 10:15am to 12:30pm

The BikeAlameda board of directors and members meet annually in February to review the previous year, budgets and to come up with ideas, projects and programs that will best fulfill our ongoing goals.

We will be discussing ongoing and NEW campaigns and programs from 10:15a to 12:30p.
Bring your ideas and be prepared to be listened to.

Aeolian Yacht Club
934 Fernside Blvd.

I-880 29th Ave & 23rd Ave Overcrossing

January 21, 2010 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm

Caltrans and local agencies are proposing to replace Oakland's 29th Ave I-880 overcrossing and two 23rd Ave overcrossings. For several years EBBC has been actively promoting the project to include bicycle access on these two routes. We have no problem with those plans. EBBC members will be impacted, however, by construction activity on 29th Ave that proposes to close a popular bicycle path connection on East 7th St that passes under 29th Ave. This route is used by residents of Oakland and Alameda.

Share your love of cycling with others--organize a bicycle collection to support the nonprofit Cycles of Change APC Bike Shop

Love Cycling?

Share your cycling love with others by organizing a bicycle donation drive for the Cycles of Change APC Bike Shop. The bikes you raise will support Cycles of Change APC's job training program for formerly homeless people, earn-a-bike opportunities for all, and affordable used bike sales which get loads of people on bikes.

Email Evan at: to learn more or if you'd like to host a bicycle donation drive

broken glass littering west-bound Santa Clara Avenue in bike lane

Assigned to:Unassigned
Created:Jon Spangler at October 27, 2009 - 5:05pm
Status: (Class II (bike lane) / Priority major)
Case ID:: -4570




debris in shoulder


The BikeAlameda discussion list has several emails regarding this problem today, 10/27/09. Others report the glass between Grand Street and Eighth Street. I only rode on Santa Clara between Ninth and Eighth Streets (across from Washington School), but glass littered the bike lane for that entire long block. I have reported this hazard City of Alameda Public Works' Maintenence Department (510-747-7900) this afternoon, along with reporting the email discussions of glass between Grand and Eighth.



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