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Fremont took the East Bay by storm in 2015, becoming the first city East Bay city to adopt Vision Zero. Now, the city has a bold new Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan and is rolling out protected bikeways, innovative intersections, and a new bike share system.

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Fremont Takes Action with 20 Projects in 20 Months

Fremont Takes Action with 20 Projects in 20 Months

The City of Fremont is taking great strides towards a more bike friendly future. In 2015, the City adopted a Vision Zero policy. In 2016, staff launched a “20 projects in 20 months” action plan which is in full swing.  You might have already noticed some projects as you ride around town....
Tell the City: Where are the Bike Issues in Fremont?

Tell the City: Where are the Bike Issues in Fremont?

The City of Fremont is soliciting feedback from residents and visitors via an interactive map. Add your local knowledge to make this map as thorough and helpful a resource as possible!  http://gis.fehrandpeers.com/FremontSurvey/...
Bike Parks are in the Works

Bike Parks are in the Works

San Leandro San Leandro will see a former landfill site on the Oyster Bay Regional Shoreline transformed into a recreation area that includes a 10-acre bike skills park with courses for kids. In accordance with the district’s Land Use Plan, the site will be transformed into a...
Fremont Adopts Vision Zero, Action Plan to be released in March

Fremont Adopts Vision Zero, Action Plan to be released in March

Last Fall, Fremont became the first East Bay city to adopt a Vision Zero policy.   Fremont’s Vice Mayor at the time, Suzanne Chan, worked with the city council to adopt the policy with support from Hans Larsen, Fremont’s City Engineer.  Hans,  who previously worked as San Jose’s Director of...
Draft EIR for Alameda Creek Replacement Bridge is Out

Draft EIR for Alameda Creek Replacement Bridge is Out

Notice of Draft Environmental Impact Report (EIR) available for the ALameda Creek Bridge replacement project on state route 84 and notice of public open-forum hearing. What is being planned: Caltrans (California Department of Transportation) is proposing to replace the Alameda Creek Bridge and...

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