Emeryville Bicycle Pedestrian Advisory Committee

June 6, 2011 - 5:30pm

Emeryville City Hall
Garden Level Room (enter through hallway doors)
1333 Park Ave

Monthly meeting of city committee on bike and pedestrian projects and issues. Open to the public.

Bikes welcome inside.

Click below for the evening's agenda.


May 13, 2011 - 8:00pm

Meet/socialize at 7:30p
Party begins at 8pm

Start: Frank Ogawa Plaza - 14th & Broadway - Downtown Oakland
End: Snow Park - Harrison/20th St/Lakeside - Oakland

East Bay Bike Party celebrates it's 1st anniversary with a birthday themed ride. Check the website or Facebook for ride details. Route will be posted a day or 2 before.

Emeryville Bicycle Pedestrian Advisory Committee

May 2, 2011 - 5:30pm

Emeryville City Hall
Garden Level Conference Room (enter thru hallway doors, bikes welcome inside)
1333 Park Ave

Monthly meeting of the city committee on projects and issues relating to bicycling and walking in the city. Open to the public.

Click on link below for the evening's topics.

Mayor's Ride

April 9, 2011 - 10:00am

Meet at Coliseum BART
End at Pyramid Ale House - 901 Gilman Street in Berkeley

Join the 8th Annual Mayor's Ride to support a National Bicycle Greenway Network with Martin Krieg. The route includes the Bay Trail, Lake Merritt, and Berkeley. Martin will then proceed on to Napa, Davis, Sacramento, Folsom, Lake Tahoe and points beyond.

Emeryville Earth Day: Volunteers needed

April 16, 2011 - 10:00am to 4:00pm

Join the City of Emeryville as we create our largest community gathering to celebrate Earth Day 2011! Doyle-Hollis Park will be transformed into a unique Earth Day party and environmental education center.

Day: Saturday, April 16, 2011
Time: 10:00am - 4:00pm
Location: Christie Avenue Park (6202 Christie Avenue, behind Emeryville's Public Market)
Fee: FREE!

Emeryville Drafting New Bike/Ped Plan

Emeryville Drafting New Bike/Ped Plan

by Laura McCamy
EBBC member and Emeryville BPAC representative

With a population of under 10,000 and an area of less than 2 square miles, Emeryville is smaller than most cities in the East Bay. However, with 30,000 people commuting to work each day and more streaming in for the Bay Street regional shopping area, Emeryville sits at the hub of a great deal of activity. Its position near the base of the Bay Bridge make it an important link between Berkeley and Oakland. The city is also home to regional connections that will be of growing importance to cyclists in coming years: one of the two entry points to the future East Bay Bridge bicycle and pedestrian path will be located near IKEA and the Amtrak station provide bicycle-friendly rail connections beyond the Bay Area.

Emeryville Bicycle & Pedestrian Subcommittee Meeting

March 7, 2011 - 5:30pm to 7:30pm

Regular monthly meeting of the Emeryville Bicycle & Pedestrian Subcommittee. The City is updating their Bicycle & Pedestrian Plans and will be welcoming input on the draft bikeways and pedways proposed for the Plans. Open to the public.

Agenda to be posted soon.

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Emeryville Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Committee Monthly Mtg

January 3, 2011 - 5:30pm to 7:30pm

Emeryville City Hall
Garden Meeting Room, basement level
Corner of Hollis and Park

The BPAC will be discussing the updates to the Pedestrian Plan and the Bicycle Plan. There is much work to do and your volunteer help and input is really appreciated. Open to the public.


  • Roll Call
  • Public Comment
  • Approval of December 6, 2010 minutes.
  • Action Items:
    Pedestrian/Bike Plan: Review Working Paper #3 – Transportation Profile (Schultze-Allen/Alta Planning)
    Methodology for Prioritizing Projects (Schultze-Allen/Alta Planning)

Emeryville Bicycle Pedestrian Advisory Committee

December 6, 2010 - 5:30pm

City Hall – Garden Level Conference Room
1333 Park Ave

Bikes welcome inside.

On the agenda this month:
-Pedestrian & Bike Master Plan: Review Draft Existing Conditions
-Pedestrian & Bike Master Plan: Transportation Profile and Methodology for identifying projects
-Update on Caltrans Segment 2 Bike/Ped trail to the Bay Bridge

Full Agenda:
I. Roll Call
II. Public Comment
III. Approval of November 1, 2010 minutes.
IV. Action Items
A. Pedestrian/Bike Plan: Review Draft Working Paper #2 – Existing Conditions (Diamond)


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