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"Bay Fair to San Leandro Ride; Metropolitan Transportation Commission; Bay Trail Equity Strategy" Photo of marshland and trail at San Leandro's Marina Park

Join Bike East Bay staff on this 12-mile guided bike ride from the Bay Fair BART station to the San Leandro Marina Park and back.

On this ride we will be exploring access barriers to the shoreline from Central Alameda County, as well as visiting a beautiful section of the Bay Trail, and discussing plans for future bike/walk connections in the region.

Where:

Meet at the Bay Fair BART northeast side plaza at 12:30pm, ride out by 1pm
This location is accessible by bike, BART, and AC Transit

When:

Sunday, August 27
Meet at 12:30 PM ride out by 1 PM

Route here:

https://ridewithgps.com/routes/43895989

This activity is open to everyone, but participants under 18 must be accompanied by an adult and must wear a bicycle helmet as required by state law. If you do not have a working bicycle, contact Bike East Bay Advocacy Director Robert ([email protected]) to arrange for a loaner bike and helmet.

Most of the ride is on streets with painted bike lanes, except for the 1/3 mile along Lewelling Blvd where we will be sharing the road with drivers past the 880 interchange. We will ride through together as a group to keep everyone safe and supported.

Join Bike East Bay staff on this 12-mile guided bike ride from the Bay Fair BART station to the San Leandro Marina Park and back.

On this ride we will be exploring access barriers to the shoreline from Central Alameda County, as well as visiting a beautiful section of the Bay Trail, and discussing plans for future bike/walk connections in the region.

Where:

Meet at the Bay Fair BART northeast side plaza at 12:30pm, ride out by 1pm
This location is accessible by bike, BART, and AC Transit

When:

Sunday, August 27
Meet at 12:30 PM ride out by 1 PM

Route here:

https://ridewithgps.com/routes/43895989

This activity is open to everyone, but participants under 18 must be accompanied by an adult and must wear a bicycle helmet as required by state law. If you do not have a working bicycle, contact Bike East Bay Advocacy Director Robert ([email protected]) to arrange for a loaner bike and helmet.

Most of the ride is on streets with painted bike lanes, except for the 1/3 mile along Lewelling Blvd where we will be sharing the road with drivers past the 880 interchange. We will ride through together as a group to keep everyone safe and supported.

About the bay trail equity strategy

The Metropolitan Transportation Commission is partnering with Bike East bay to learn how the Bay Trail can be a place for everyone, of all ages and abilities. We invite you to offer your feedback during our MLK Regional Shoreline ride!

The MTC has developed a platform to center equity in its planning, investment, design, engagement, communications, marketing, evaluation and project delivery efforts. As a result, the Bay Trail Equity Strategy will help to inform all future work related to the Bay Trail.

The Metropolitan Transportation Commission is partnering with Bike East bay to learn how the Bay Trail can be a place for everyone, of all ages and abilities. We invite you to offer your feedback during our MLK Regional Shoreline ride!

The MTC has developed a platform to center equity in its planning, investment, design, engagement, communications, marketing, evaluation and project delivery efforts. As a result, the Bay Trail Equity Strategy will help to inform all future work related to the Bay Trail.

Bay Trail Survey

How the Bay Trail can be a place for everyone, of all ages and abilities? Click here and complete this survey to let us know, and be entered into a randomized drawing for one of eight $25 Visa gift cards. Only one entry is allowed per person.

How the Bay Trail can be a place for everyone, of all ages and abilities? Complete the survey to let us know, and be entered into a randomized drawing for one of eight $25 Visa gift cards. Only one entry is allowed per person.

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