El Cerrito Bike Lanes

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The Plan for San Pablo Ave is visionary, with many innovative bikeway treatments, such as parking-protected, one-way bike lanes, green paint, super-sharrows through the downtown area, bike lanes behind AC Transit bus bulbs, queue boxes, pedestrian crossing upgrades and more. We need your help and support to make this great project happen.

El Cerrito City Council takes their first look at parking-protected bike lanes proposed for San Pablo Avenue, as part of the San Pablo Avenue Complete Streets Plan. The City is in the process of completing four simultaneous planning efforts that look to re-envision San Pablo Avenue, whiling improving bike safety throughout the City.


Protected Bike Lanes for San Pablo

Protected Bike Lanes for San Pablo

Despite concerns from many residents about higher building heights and zoning changes, the El Cerrito City Council unanimously approved the San Pablo Ave Specific Plan, which includes buffered and protected bikeways....
Protected Bike Lanes, i.e. 'Cycle Tracks,' coming to El Cerrito, Berkeley, Alameda

Protected Bike Lanes, i.e. 'Cycle Tracks,' coming to El Cerrito, Berkeley, Alameda

El Cerrito, Berkeley and Alameda lead the way: Three signature cycle track projects are in the works that are going to make bicycling on busy streets much safer and encourage more people to try bicycling for their everyday trips on San Pablo Ave in El Cerrito, Shoreline Drive in Alameda and...

El Cerrito considers a road diet for Moeser Lane

Faced with concerns about the safety of both drivers and pedestrians on its steep (20% grade) freeway (4 lanes), El Cerrito Public Works director Jerry Bradshaw has proposed a road diet. The upper portion of Moeser Lane (Shevlin to Arlington) would become a 2-lane road, with left turn pockets,...


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