Mayor Bates is inviting the public to a community meeting on the future of the Adeline Corridor in South Berkeley along Adeline Street between Ward Street and the Oakland border, including the Ashby BART station. The meeting will be from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 31, at the South Berkeley Senior Center.
This is a great opportunity to build a bikeway on Adeline Street from the ends of the existing bike lanes on Adeline St at MLK Jr Way, to the Oakland city line, where Oakland is striping buffered bike lanes later this year. The broader purpose of the community meeting is to provide information about City planning for the area, answer questions, gather community ideas on the effort and learn on how the public might like to be involved. The meeting is one of the key steps in implementing a $750,000 planning grant for the project. The planning process will include additional community meetings and assessment of what improvements should be included in the Adeline Corridor area.
A project website will be available soon with more information, including a meeting flyer and project background documents. To be notified when the website is online, or for any other questions about the project, please contact: Alisa Shen, Principal Planner, 510.981.7409 email@example.com.
Oakland’s plans for new buffered bike lanes on Adeline St, just south of Berkeley city line.