San Pablo Avenue

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Bike East Bay is working for continuous bike lanes on San Pablo Avenue, as part of a safer street for everyone who bikes, walks, drives, or takes transit.

San Pablo Avenue is the major transit and commercial boulevard between Oakland north to Hercules. From barbecue to helados, San Pablo Avenue’s distinct neighborhoods are destinations for people who live nearby or who travel from across town. It is an important transit corridor for buses connecting two counties and 12 cities, and serves transit hubs for BART and Amtrak.

As a planned bike route on six city bike plans, San Pablo Avenue is an important north-south biking connection—as well as a major barrier for cross town rides. Thousands of people bike on or across San Pablo Avenue daily even without bike lanes along most of the corridor. More needs to be done to ensure safety for people walking and biking on this wide and busy street.

A safer and more comfortable San Pablo Avenue will connect neighborhoods from east to west and all along the corridor. Join Bike East Bay’s campaign for a people-friendly San Pablo Avenue to win a better street for everybody.

 

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$230 Million in Project Funding for the East Bay

$230 Million in Project Funding for the East Bay

The East Bay won big with over $230 Million in recent transportation award announcements from the federal Appropriations Bill, the state Active Transportation Program (ATP), and regional One Bay Area Grants (OBAG). Below are a few project highlights, followed by a full list of 27 projects that...

State Wins for East Bay Transportation Projects

Nearly $180 million in funding will flow to a variety of important public transportation projects across the region as part of a state grant competition. The funding was part of $800 million in grants statewide that the California State Transportation Agency (CalSTA) announced on July 7. The...
New Bay Trail Connection at Lone Tree Point

New Bay Trail Connection at Lone Tree Point

A beautiful new half-mile of Bay Trail will be opening next month, along the San Pablo Bay at Lone Tree Point in Rodeo. This long-awaited gap closure gets us very close to a complete trail and all-ages bikeway between Richmond and Vallejo for the first time ever. Plan your trip and read more...
Complete Streets for California

Complete Streets for California

August 20, 2019 ACTION: Complete Streets Bill Would Help East Bay Bikes and Peds By California Bicycle Coalition We’ve all had this experience.  ...
Visionary Plans Approved in Emeryville

Visionary Plans Approved in Emeryville

July 23, 2019 Two weeks ago, Emeryville city council approved a major redesign to 40th Street: bus-only lanes and a two-way protected cycle track, extending from the Oakland city line to IKEA and the take off of the Bay Bridge bike path connection. With bus boarding islands, bike...

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