Oakland Bicyclist and Pedestrian Advisory Commission Meeting

Thursday, October 20, 2016 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm Oakland City Hall, Hearing Room 3

Oakland’s Bicyclist & Pedestrian Advisory Commission (BPAC) was established to advise the City Council on programs and projects related to walking and bicycling.

Visit the City of Oakland’s BPAC page for complete agenda and attachments.

On the agenda:

  • Alameda CTC Comprehensive Investment Plan Submissions (45 minutes)—Bruce Williams will review the Alameda CTC Comprehensive Investment Plan and Oakland’s proposed submissions. This plan will program funds from Measure B/BB as well as One Bay Area grant funds totaling $160 million countywide. Oakland plans to propose 25 projects for short term investment in Oakland transportation facilities, and most of these projects include bike/ped components. These specific projects include the East Oakland Community Streets Plan, the E. 12th Street Bikeway, the Grand Avenue Mobility Plan and Lakeside Family Streets Project.
  • Big Jump Grant Application (15 Minutes)—Bike Share Coordinator Carlos Hernandez will present the Big Jump grant application, a 3-year grant by People for Bikes with the aim of increasing bicyclists in a specific area of the City through community partnerships and engagement.
  • OakMob 101- Shared Mobility Engagement Attachment (10 Minutes)—Bike Share Coordinator Carlos Hernandez will present OakMob 101, a shared mobility engagement campaign in partnership with TransForm with a focus on East and West Oakland.
  • Introduction to OakDOT Strategic Plan (20 minutes)—Sarah Fine, Senior Transportation Planner, will present an overview of the recently released Oakland Department of Transportation Strategic Plan. The Plan articulates a mission and set of goals for the new department, with achievable 1- and 3-year benchmarks. The plan is available for download here: http://www2.oaklandnet.com/oakca1/groups/pwa/documents/report/oak060949.pdf.
  • Paving Committee Report Back Attachment (10 minutes)—Based on feedback, the paving committee will present a draft letter to the Oakland DOT for BPAC review.

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