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New protected bike lanes are open on Hearst Avenue and Bancroft Way, with thousands enjoying them every day. Next up is Dana Street south of campus and Milvia Street downtown.

Berkeley set a standard when it dedicated two blocks of protected bike lanes on Fulton Street in 2016. Their 2017 innovative bike plan received much push back because it includes the public’s vision for better bicycling in Berkeley, a vision not shared by everyone. But this forward-looking plan is our basis for pushing for modern bikeways on streets such as Adeline, Hopkins, Oxford, Claremont, San Pablo Avenue and more.

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Adeline Corridor Plan

Adeline Corridor Plan

Berkeley is taking on a big challenge—revitalizing the Adeline Street commercial corridor from Shattuck Ave to the Oakland city line. And doing so in a way that balances the needs for investment and regional growth with local residents’ desires to make Adeline Street more about people and less...
Your Priorities for Bike Improvements in Berkeley?

Your Priorities for Bike Improvements in Berkeley?

We need your input over the next two months on high-priority bike improvements for Berkeley’s forthcoming update to the bike plan. In April, you will be invited to Berkeley’s official kickoff event for the bike plan update, but until then please take a short survey to help Bike East Bay know what...
Calls Needed for Southside Bikeways on Bancroft Way and Durant

Calls Needed for Southside Bikeways on Bancroft Way and Durant

Berkeley’s Climate Action Transportation Working Group and Bike East Bay have revived efforts to make the heavily used southside area of Berkeley a better place for pedestrians and bicyclists. Now you can help. Berkeley Transportation Commission approved a recommendation to City Council Feb...
What Telegraph Ave Could Look Like in Berkeley

What Telegraph Ave Could Look Like in Berkeley

In Berkeley, Telegraph Ave is 68 ft wide and carries a higher volume of traffic than Telegraph in Oakland, which means four traffic lanes may be needed in spots. If so, Telegraph Ave could look like this with curbside protected bike lanes: The configuration includes 4 travel lanes, each 10 ft...
Does Riding a Bus Encourage People to Bike?

Does Riding a Bus Encourage People to Bike?

Imagine for a moment that you drive a car for many of your trips, you live in Berkeley, and you are given a free 6-month pass to ride AC Transit buses. If we told you that, of the 651 Berkeley residents presented with this option over the last two years, 90% started riding the bus more, you...

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