Bridging the Bay

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The Alexander Zuckermann Bicycle & Pedestrian Path is open to Yerba Buena Island and over to Treasure Island. This milestone achievement for bike advocacy was achieved with support from thousands. However, our work is only half done. Regional Measure 3 has funds for Bay Trail projects and could fund final design costs for the West Span Path.

Richmond-San Rafael Bridge

A bicycle and pedestrian path on the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge has been in the works for decades. 
Throughout this project, Bike East Bay pushed for more: we won an additional $500,000 for bike lane and trail improvements, plus better ferry service and bike lane connections to connect Richmond neighborhoods to the bridge, the waterfront, ferry service, and each other. 
 

Now, after years of relentless advocacy work, the path on the bridge is open! Get resources, routes, and the history on this project, decades in the making. We can’t wait to see you on the bridge!

The Bay Bridge

The Bay Bridge is one of the most well known symbols of the East Bay. And now, you can bike on it. Named after Bike East Bay’s founder, Alexander Zuckermann, the Bay Bridge bike path is a beautiful ride. 

Since it’s been built, thousands of people have enjoyed walking and bicycling on the popular bike path extending from West Oakland. Bike East Bay has worked with Caltrans, Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC), and the San Francisco County Transportation Authority to ensure timely completion of the bike path to Yerba Buena Island and safety improvements on the island. We also are working with these agencies on designs for the Bay Bridge West Span Pathway, as well as building a connection from West Oakland residential neighborhoods to the new East Span bike path. 

Updates

Bay Bridge Bike Path Becomes a Weekday Bike Pier

Bay Bridge Bike Path Becomes a Weekday Bike Pier

Bike East Bay is at the table again: advocating for your access on the Bay Bridge Bike Path. We’ve been here before. This time the San Francisco County Transportation Authority (SFCTA) is closing...
Grant Funding Wins for East Bay Bikeways

Grant Funding Wins for East Bay Bikeways

Projects that will connect bike lanes to BART, trails, and bridges just got funded in cities across the East Bay and we’re ready to celebrate! In Fremont, Pittsburg, and Dublin, new projects will improve access to BART stations for folks walking and biking thanks to the Safe Routes to BART (SR2B...
Masks & Hand Sanitizer Needed to Keep Transit Running

Masks & Hand Sanitizer Needed to Keep Transit Running

Last week, the Metropolitan Transportation Commission failed to require local transit operators to provide free masks, onboard hand sanitizer, and paid sick leave. The following day, AC Transit cancelled and cut back significant bus service in northern Alameda County due to COVID-19 concerns....
On Transit: Free Resources, Not Policing

On Transit: Free Resources, Not Policing

Members and advocates have been making their voice heard to protect, sustainably fund, and prioritize transit since the start of shelter in place. This week, with demonstrations, curfews, and talks to adjust service, more action is needed. Essential workers as well as demonstrators needing...
Protect Transit

Protect Transit

In the morning on Wednesday, May 27, the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) will discuss recovery priorities for transit as the Bay Area readies to reopen. Transit faces daunting ridership declines. Boosting public confidence in the safety of using BART and buses is crucial to...

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