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3rd Friday Night RIDE

March 15, 2013 - 6:30pm to 9:00pm

Rich CIty RIDES 3rd Friday Night Bike RIDE
This March 15th at 6:30pm meeting at the Rich City BART Station.

Location: Richmond Bart Station
We meet at 6:30pm • Roll out at 7pm
We’ll be making a stop at Bridge Storage Art Space for snacks, beverages and some chill out time before heading out to the main destination at Albany Beach and back to the Bart Startion for a wrapup.

- Bring water, snacks and lights.

Your Calls Succeeded in Having Richmond Respect its Bike Plan

Your Calls Succeeded in Having Richmond Respect its Bike Plan

Help get bike lanes striped on Cutting Blvd Richmond is ready to repave its 2nd highest priority bikeway-Cutting Blvd

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Richmond Bicycle & Pedestrian Committee Recap

June 11, 2012 - 5:30pm to 7:30pm

Recap of June 11, 2012 Meeting:

  • The Richmond BPAC discussed the planned Bay Trail Extension to Pt. Molate and approved a recommendation for a preferred alignment along the west side of I-580. This is the least expensive of the alignments and provides a more direct connection to Pt. Molate from Castro St. The project is still in design phase and we expect to see final designs soon. The Richmond BPAC is sending a letter to Caltrans and the City of Richmond with their support.
  • New bikeways have been striped on Robert Miller Dr. and Filbert St and new bike lanes on 37th St are in the works. The new bike lanes on Robert Miller Dr are a first, to our knowledge, where the contracting crew, while striping the bike lanes, called the city traffic planer and asked if they could extend the bike lane striping all the way thru the sweeping right turn at the intersection with San Pablo. Great work contractors!

Help stripe bike lanes on 23rd Street in Richmond: Design Charrette tonight

Help stripe bike lanes on 23rd Street in Richmond: Design Charrette tonight

After well-attended public workshops for MacDonald Avenue and San Pablo Avenue, the City of Richmond moves next to 23rd Street

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23rd Street Richmond Focus Area Design Charrette Design Charrette

April 10, 2012 - 5:30pm to 7:30pm

After well-attended public workshops for MacDonald Avenue and San Pablo Avenue, the City of Richmond moves next to 23rd Street, a key bikeway connecting Downtown Richmond, City Hall, Richmond High School and San Pablo City Hall north to Contra Costa College. Please attend one of these upcoming workshops or stop by the open studios and voice your support for bike lanes on 23rd Avenue.

4 more miles for the Richmond Bay Trail in 2011: 8 new projects for 2012

4 more miles for the Richmond Bay Trail in 2011: 8 new projects for 2012

Richmond now has over 31 miles of San Francisco Bay Trail in place – the most of any city on this planned 500-mile hiking and biking route

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23rd Street Traffic Calming bring a new bikeway to San Pablo and Richmond

23rd Street Traffic Calming bring a new bikeway to San Pablo and Richmond


This project involves the implementation of a “road diet,” which includes a reduction of lanes in each direction and bike lanes. In addition, the project will include pedestrian enhancements to improve safety and enhance traffic flow along 23rd Street in the City of San Pablo. The work is being coordinated with the adjoining City of Richmond project.

FY 2010/11 budget: $235,000

Richmond Bike and Ped Plans Presented to Planning Commission

December 2, 2010 - 7:00pm

This is an opportunity to participate in the first formal presentation of both draft plans to the City of Richmond.

View the Draft Bicycle Master Plan at:
http://www.ci.richmond.ca.us/index.aspx?nid=2322

View the Draft Pedestrian Plan at:
http://www.ci.richmond.ca.us/index.aspx?nid=2119

Comments on the Draft Pedestrian Plan are being accepted through December 17.
Contact Kieron Slaughter, Richmond Planning Department
510.620.6887
kieron_slaughter@ci.richmond.ca.us

Richmond Bicycle/Pedestrian Advisory Committee Meeting

December 13, 2010 - 5:30pm to 7:30pm

Richmond City Hall, 2nd Floor
Pt. Molate Room
450 Civic Center Plaza Richmond, CA 94804

Status report from Questa Engineering on the Bay Trail Project from Castro Street to the Richmond Bridge in Pt. Richmond. This is an area that has been dangerously difficult for bicyclists to navigate. There will be an assessment ride to the location some day to be determined prior to the meeting. Stay tuned!

www.richmondbpac.org

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