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40th Street Complete Streets Project Organizing Meeting

April 27, 2010 - 6:30pm to 8:00pm

Join our Summer efforts for Safe Bike Access to MacArthur BART Station

40th Street Bike Lane Photo
The City of Oakland was awarded a $242,500 grant from the Safe Routes to Transit program for bicycle access improvements to MacArthur BART. Many good things are going to happen in connection with this funding to make it easier to bicycle to the East Bay’s fourth busiest BART Station.  Some neighbors are concerned about the loss of greenery due to median narrowing necessary for new bike lanes on 40th St. Plans are in the works to address these concerns and your help is needed to show how bike lanes and greenery go hand in hand. Walk Oakland Bike Oakland and the East Bay Bicycle Coalition are co-hosting an organizing meeting on April 27, 6:30-8:00pm at the Temescal Creek Cohousing, 322 45th St. near Broadway, in the common house.

Bike Lanes to Lake Merritt BART Station? Time to say yes!

April 14, 2010 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm

Metropolitan Transportation Commission Auditorium
101 8th Street (across from Lake Merritt BART station)

Do live or work in Chinatown? Are you a Laney College student or faculty member? Do you live, work or own property located within 1/2 mile of the Lake Merritt BART station? Then you will be interested in this opportunity to share your vision for the future of these areas.

BART bicycle thefts still rising

BART bicycle thefts still rising

The packet for Thursday's BART board meeting reveals that bike thefts in the quarter ended September 30 rose to 177, up from 159 in the previous quarter. Thefts have been rising since the quarter ended March 30, when they were at about 120.

This information is being presented as part of BART's Quarterly Performance Report which can be found on BART's Web site.

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