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Fremont took the East Bay storm in 2015, becoming the first city East bay city to adopt Vision Zero. In addition, the City is updating Bike Master Plan with ambitions to create a network of protected bike lanes.

Help us ensure the vision the city sets out to acheive will lay the groundwork for a healthy, sustainable city. Want to get involved? Join the Bikeways for Fremont Meet-Up group or like their page on Facebook!

Updates

Fremont Adopts Vision Zero, Action Plan to be released in March

Fremont Adopts Vision Zero, Action Plan to be released in March

Last Fall, Fremont became the first East Bay city to adopt a Vision Zero policy.   Fremont’s Vice Mayor at the time, Suzanne Chan, worked with the city council to adopt the policy with support from Hans Larsen, Fremont’s City Engineer.  Hans,  who previously worked as San Jose’s Director of...
Draft EIR for Alameda Creek Replacement Bridge is Out

Draft EIR for Alameda Creek Replacement Bridge is Out

Notice of Draft Environmental Impact Report (EIR) available for the ALameda Creek Bridge replacement project on state route 84 and notice of public open-forum hearing. What is being planned: Caltrans (California Department of Transportation) is proposing to replace the Alameda Creek Bridge and...
3 Potential Options for Niles Canyon Path

3 Potential Options for Niles Canyon Path

Click here for the full Niles Canyon Trail feasibility study (Dec 2015). The East Bay Regional Parks District didn’t believe there was a good option for punching a multi use pathway through...
Caltrans Narrows Scope of Niles Canyon Widening Project

Caltrans Narrows Scope of Niles Canyon Widening Project

  Overwhelmed by opposition from local community groups and the City of Fremont, Caltrans has gone back to the drawing board for the Niles Canyon Roadway Widening Project.  No longer included in the project is the addition of 10 ft  shoulders on both sides of the road for the entire length of...

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