Berkeley Bicycle Subcommittee Mtg

Monday, October 27, 2014 - 7:00am to 9:00am
North Berkeley Senior Center

North Berkeley Senior Center 1901 Hearst Avenue (at MLK) Berkeley, CA

Monday October 27, 2014 7:00-9:00 PM

Bicycle Subcommittee of the Berkeley Transportation Commission



    1. Call to Order
    2. Introductions
    3. Approval and order of agenda
    4. Announcements (1 min each speaker)
    5. Public comments on items not on the agenda (3 min each speaker)

  2. STAFF UPDATES – 7:10 pm

    1. Bicycle Parking:
      Citywide Bicycle Rack Project
      Bike Parking Ordinance and Design Guidelines Bike Station

    2. SR2S (CA SR2S Cycle 10/ATP SR2S Cycle 1)

    3. Hearst Avenue Project

    4. Gilman I-80 Interchange

    5. Bay Area Bike Share – East Bay (Berkeley/Oakland)

    6. Complete Streets Implementation Plan


1. Caldecott 4th Bore Settlement Projects Ashby/Hillegass

  • Tunnel Road Bikeway

  • 9th/Ashby Pathway Crossing

  1. DISCUSSION – 8:00 pm

    1. Bicycle Safety Education
    2. Bicycle Plan Update
    3. Repaving Plan and Bikeways

  2. ADJOURNMENT – 9:00 pm

Staff Contact: Eric Anderson, 510-981-7062, Commissioner Contact: Eric McCaughrin, 510-495-7933,

Agenda Posted: October 21, 2014

ADA Disclaimer

“This meeting is being held in a wheelchair accessible location. To request a disability-related accommodation(s) to participate in the meeting, including auxiliary aids or services, please contact the Disability Services specialist at 981-6346 (V) or 981-6345 (TDD) at least three business days before the meeting date. Please refrain from wearing scented products to this meeting.”

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