Potentially dangerous railroad tracks (at a slanting angle).

Assigned to:Ian McDonald
Created:Visitor (not verified) at November 20, 2013 - 12:01am
Status: (Class I (bike/ped path) / Priority injured)
Case ID:: -11176


On Alvarado Blvd, at the border of City of Fremont and Union City, the railroad tracks are slanting at a very acute angle to the bike path and ped path, causing bike tires to easily get caught. Signage would be helpful to avoid bike accidents. UPDATE 11-22-13: Sent to Fremont (Frans & Yashin) with a request for either improved conditions or guidance on jurisdiction. Fremont, Union City or Union Pacific??? UPDATE 1-28-14: Mirza Sabanovic, Transportation Engineer in the Fremont PW Dep't, directed me to the railroad. I also learned there's a new Union Pacific contact named Peggy, based in Rocklin, CA: cell phone number is (916)705-2395 and her e-mail is eygeuhay@up.com. Submitted to Peggy today, asking for a smoother grade as well as better signage.


32462 Alvarado Boulevard
94587 Union City