Pleasanton

Goatheads

Assigned to:Unassigned
Created:Visitor (not verified) at April 22, 2015 - 6:56pm
Status: ( / Priority )
Case ID:: -13752

direction

westbound

type

other

description

Vineyard Ave Pleasanton, between Isabel Ave and Old Vineyard intersections. The annual arrival of Goathead thorns around August and September. It is mainly on the Westbound side of the road. I see Pleasanton trims the overgrowth of weeds in the spring, but they trim down to about 4 inches, and the Goatheads are a ground hugging plant, rising no more than 1 inch above the ground. So they remain and flourish. The time to do something is now. Spray? while they are just starting (April, May) and not in the fall when removal will spread the seeds. UPDATE 4-23-15: Submitted to Pleasanton PW asking if it's feasible and how best to achieve a satisfactory outcome.

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Left turn sensor insensitive

Assigned to:Unassigned
Created:Visitor (not verified) at February 26, 2015 - 8:04pm
Status: ( / Priority )
Case ID:: -12635

type

traffic signal not triggered by bicycle

description

Turning left from Milani Ave onto Stoneridge Dr, the sensor doesn't respond to bicycle. UPDATE 2-27-15: Submitted to Pleasanton PW, and asked for them to check/adjust accordingly. UPDATE 3-2-15: Sent a followup note to Joshua in P-Town PW.

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Stanley Blvd near Shadow cliffs-2 distintive sink holes in eastbound bike lane

Assigned to:Ian McDonald
Created:Visitor (not verified) at September 19, 2013 - 4:29pm
Status: (Class II (bike lane) / Priority major)
Case ID:: -11015

type

pothole or pavement cracks

Location

Stanley Blvd
94566 Pleasanton
US

description

There are (2) 6 inch plus sinkholes in the eastbound bike lane that will cause severe injuries to fast moving cyclists. One is just left of the bike center and the other is a few feet past just right of the bike lane center. It would be prudent to avoid these until proper maintenance is made. The problem is avoiding these can result in overcompensating your bike into a lane of motor vehicles traveling at around 60 mph. UPDATE 10-14-13: Submitted to Joshua Pack in P'town PW.

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5th Annual Wheels for Meals Ride

October 19, 2013 - 7:00am to 4:00pm

The 5th Annual Wheels for Meals Ride on October 19, 2013 is a cycling event in the beautiful Livermore Valley benefiting Alameda County Meals on Wheels.

With three routes to choose from, we have something for all levels:

•A family friendly 15 mile route, great for kids and beginners

•A 35 mile route for those who are looking for more of a challenge

•Our 70 mile (metric century) route is strenuous with steep climbs and fast descents, perfect end of season ride for the serious cyclist

All-Ages, One-Hour Bike Workshop & Rec Ride - Pleasanton

August 3, 2013 - 10:00am to 11:00am

FREE 1-hour Bike Safety Workshop and Rec Ride! Free Bicycle Safety Class

The East Bay Bicycle Coalition is proud to offer this free, one hour bicycle safety workshop at the East Bay Regional Parks District’s Shadow Cliffs Regional Park.

Urban Cycling 101 Road Class - Pleasanton

August 24, 2013 - 10:00am to 4:00pm

Free Bicycle Safety Class

Join us for a half day of bike riding! This is the second part of Urban Cycling 101 for adults and teens.

Mikes Bikes

Shop Name

Location

Mike's Bikes
6754 Bernal Ave.
Pleasanton, CA 94566
925-223-8267

Discounts

15% Pats/Accessories

Jurisdiction

Pleasanton

Bike lanes are filled with storm debris citywide

Assigned to:Ian McDonald
Created:Visitor (not verified) at December 4, 2012 - 1:42pm
Status: (Class II (bike lane) / Priority major)
Case ID:: -10279

type

other

Location

Pleasanton
US

description

Since the last storm, this problem is pretty much citywide. There are piles of leaves, occasional twigs, and sometimes whole branches. In some places, the entire bike lane is blocked. Please have the street sweepers concentrate on the bike lanes ASAP before the next rain makes the situation even more hazardous. Thanks.

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It's Open and Dublin and Pleasanton are Connected!

It's Open and Dublin and Pleasanton are Connected!

Measure B1 delivers yet another new bikeway for you to enjoy. We celebrated the grand opening and the connecting of the Alamo Canal Trail in Dublin/Pleasanton on October 27, as many elected officials, Congressmembers, City Councilmembers, Mayors and super-VIP’s came to the Tri-Valley to enjoy the opening of this key bikeway link in our East Bay Regional Bikeway Network. It took 7 years to complete, but your support for Measure B1 and the Federal Tiger II grants of 2010 paid off to finish this 700ft gap in a rapidly growing network of multi use pathways in the Tri-Valley.

“I never realized how close Club Sport Pleasanton is to Dublin City Hall. I can now easily go to my gym during lunch every day,” Dublin Mayor Tim Sbranti exclaimed after riding the new bikeway connection.

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