Alameda County

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

Draft 2008 Regional Bike Plan - Alameda & CoCoCo Maps

Draft 2008 Regional Bike Plan - Alameda & CoCoCo Maps

On July 23, the Metropoplitan Transportation Commission voted to include $1 billion to fully fund the Regional Bicycle Plan. You can review the entire DRAFT plan on the MTC website. Click on "Draft Regional Bicycle Plan." All regional and county maps are contained in Chapter 4.

ACTIA Transportation Forum and Open House

ACTIA Offices
1333 Broadway (at 14th St), Suite 300
Downtown Oakland

The Alameda County Transportation Improvement Authority in conjunction with its Citizens Advisory Committee will be hosting the North County Transportation Forum on Oct 16. The forum will feature presentations on major transportation projects and programs that will be implemented within the next five years. The forum will include presentations on the following Alameda County transportation projects and programs:

Alameda County BPAC

WHERE: Alameda County Transportation Improvement Authority (ACTIA), 1333 Broadway, Suite 300, Oakland
(12th St BART, e-Lockers at 14th & Broadway)

AGENDA Meeting Outcomes:

  • Approve Bike/Ped CDF Grant Cycle 4 scoring criteria and criteria weighting, and review application evaluation procedures
  • Receive update on all grant-funded projects and presentations on selected projects
  • Provide input on Active Transportation Campaign outreach strategy
  • Next BPAC meeting: until February 12, 2009.

    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!

    Crow Canyon Road between Cold Water and Alameda County line

    Assigned to:Unassigned
    Created:Visitor (not verified) at September 27, 2008 - 7:12pm
    Status: (Class III (no special facility) / Priority major)
    Case ID:: -2428




    debris in shoulder
    insufficient shoulder width


    Crow Canyon Road north/east bound has some shoulders, but much of them are covered by dirt that has gradually slid on to the pavement. Has not been cleaned up for years. I see this road at least twice a week by bicycle and it is not for the faint of heart. The south/west direction has even smaller to non-existant shoulder width in parts, and some is covered by dirt/gravel. It's a shame because it has some sections where the shoulder is great!


    76 Schwinn Traveler


    Milano Restaurant on Grand Avenue in Oakland, CA


    Blue, 76 Schwinn Traveler. Original everything except tires. Rear gear cable is a little worn- a few of the strands are broken and twirling around the cable. Kryptonite lock rack and lock were attached.
    First 2 characters of serial number:


    Heather Brewer (510) 495-4942


    Learn Urban Street Skills in Free Classes

    Bicycle Safety ClassEBBC has scheduled a series of Street Skills courses starting on September 18. Please let your friends and colleagues know and encourage them to register. Just click safety on EBBC’s web site for details.

    Street Skills classes recently received front-page focus in the CS Monitor’sNew bike commuters hit the classroom, then the road.”

    E-Lockers now at Dublin/Pleasanton BART

    12 Electronic on-demand bike lockers are now open for use at the Dublin/Pl Station. They are across from the station entrance.

    You can learn more about secure bicycle parking at 14 East Bay locations of BikeLink eLockers: StreetFilms Video and Oakland Public Works



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