Measure BB for Better Bicycling

Measure BB is a better version of 2012’s Measure B1, and retains a 4-fold increase in bike/ped funding in every city and unincorporated area of the County.

Measure BB will build a connected network of safe and comfortable bikeways in your town, allowing you to ride safely and comfortably from your home to work, to school, to shopping centers and other important destinations, without worrying about cars. We like to think the BB’s are for ‘Better Bicycling’ but they also are for ‘Better BART,’ ‘Better Buses,’ ‘Better Boots’—walking, you get the idea. Our Yes on BB campaign is in high gear and we need your help to get out the vote. 

We are seeking volunteers to help with phone-banking, outreach, and materials distribution. Vote YES on BB November 4, 2014. 

Updates

Measure BB Awards $217 Million

Measure BB Awards $217 Million

Thanks to funding made possible from voter approval of Measure BB in 2014, the Alameda County Transportation Commission (Alameda CTC) has now released its first major round of funding to capital projects throughout the County. A total of $217 million was awarded to 28 projects over the next five...
Measure BB Projects to be Awarded-Grants Available

Measure BB Projects to be Awarded-Grants Available

New Measure BB money starts collecting April 1 and arrives at your city in July to be spent on many needed street improvements. Over the next 5 years, the following significant dollar amounts (based on population) are available locally for bike-ped projects, either as part of street repaving or ...

Benefits of BB

Photo Essay: “I Support Measure BB Because:”   Measure BB benefits everyone, no matter how they get around. See why Alameda County residents are eager to vote for better transportation. Tiere and RB of the Scraper Bike Team         Rebecca Peterson at the Warm Springs BART ...
Measure BB Passes!

Measure BB Passes!

We did it–Alameda County voters said Yes on BB. With over 70% support, our fellow commuters are ready to invest in a much better transportation system.  Starting April 1, 2015, Measure BB’s substantial increase in funds for walking & bicycling will provide the resouces needed for cities to...
If We Have to Talk About Freeways . . .

If We Have to Talk About Freeways . . .

Measure BB gives more money for biking, walking and public transit improvements than freeways. Count it – 48% for transit, 11% for biking and walking, and 9% for freeway traffic relief. Simple truths: freeways move people faster than city streets, and putting fast-movers away from city...

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