ABAG Bay Trail

TransForm Mailing Party **Volunteers Needed**

TransForm (formerly TALC, the Transportation and Land Use Coalition)
405 14th Street, Suite 605
Oakland, CA 94612

Can you give just an hour or two of your time to TransForm this week? Join other friendly volunteers in helping with the critical behind-the-scenes work that keeps TransForm going.

Come to the Oakland office (food and drinks provided) to stuff envelopes. Come for as long as you’re able, and feel free to bring friends!

The East Bay Greenway


A Way Around the Estuary Bridges for Bicyclists?

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Waterfront Action Meeting

WHERE: Port of Oakland’s Exhibit Room, 530 Water Street

WHAT: The Bay Trail is currently blocked by three estuary bridges (Park St, Fruitvale, and High St). Funding to complete the multiuse path was approved by Oakland voters (Measure DD) in 2002. Come learn what you can do to help promote the current plans for completing the shoreline path.

Berkeley Big People @ I-80 Bike-Ped Bridge

University Ave. Bike/Ped Bridge
Eastshore Bay Trail and Aquatic Park
West Berkeley

Join Mayor Tom Bates as we celebrate, "Berkeley Big People", the first of two sculptures by Scott Donahue on I-80 Bicycle/Pedestrian Overcrossing in West Berkeley. Installation of "Wheelchair Man" will soon follow. According to Scott, one of his goals is to "make people in cars envious of the pedestrians' and bicyclists' place on the bridge."

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Estuary Crossing / Oakland BPAC Combined Meeting

Oakland City Hall: Hearing Room 4, Second Floor
250 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza at 14th & Broadway
Downtown Oakland

The public is invited to a community meeting to help narrow down the different alternatives to the Posey Tube and a new pedestrian and bike crossing between Oakland and Alameda. This is a joint meeting with Oakland's Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee and the Estuary Crossing Feasibility Study

Alameda/Oakland Estuary Crossing Study: Final Community Meeting THIS SATURDAY!


The Estuary Crossing Study is exploring new ways for bicyclists and pedestrians to travel between Alameda and Oakland—and we need your help!

Join us for our final public meeting to learn about the preferred alternatives, provide feedback, and discuss next steps:
Saturday, October 4th, 10am to 12pm
Pasta Pelican Restaurant
2455 Mariner Square Drive, Alameda
A light breakfast will be provided.

Can’t make it? You can also join us at our presentation in Oakland to hear more about the project!

Epworth UMC Bike Maintenance Clinic

Linnea Nasman will demonstrate how to fix a flat tire and grease a chain. Sponsored by Epworth United Methodist Church in preparation for Tour de Epworth 5 at 10 a.m.

Location: The eastern end of the Berkeley Bicycle Bridge, south of University Ave. at the foot of Addison St., in Berkeley.

2006 Specialized Hardrock Pro


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It is a 2006 Specialized Hardrock Pro Bike. It is the black/gray colored bicycle. Had a small pouch under the seat for storing stuff from Livermore cyclery. Had a water bottle holder, a holder for a small air pump and it had a spedometer on the handle bars. It was very dusty as it had just been ridden up the Plesanton ridge.
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Ashley Jones 925-451-5429



Waterfront Action

Wednesday, June 18 - 8AM Meeting
Meeting at the Port of Oakland's Exhibit Room 530 Water Street

Infrastructure Bond Funds:
California Transportation Commission (CTC) approves
$456 million to the Port of Oakland

Jon Amdur, Maritime Projects Manager for Port of Oakland
Andy Perez, Director, Port Affairs, Union Pacific Railroad

Infrastructure bond projects awaiting funds appropriation by the State legislature include:

  • 7th Street Grade Separation (bicycle nexus)
  • Outer Harbor Intermodal Terminal
  • BCDC Hearing on Bicycle Access on the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge

    The San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission will receive a briefing on the issue of whether a roadway shoulder on the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge should be used for bicycle access during non-peak commute hours or should be reserved for future use as a travel lane by motorized vehicles. Implementing either option will require a permit from BCDC.

    For meeting agenda, visit the BCDC website.

    For more info EBBC efforts to incorporate bike access, click here.


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