2009 Cinderella Classic / Challenge

Saturday, April 04 2009, Gates Open 6:30am, Course Closes 5:00pm

WHERE: Alameda County Fairgrounds, Valley Ave Gate 12, Pleasanton, CA

The 33rd annual Cinderella Classic and Challenge with over 2000 riders is the foremost women's ride in the US. Preregistration is required, please bring your green Confirmation Card. Valley Spokesmen pays the parking fee for all registered Cinderellas!

Pleasanton Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Committee

Council Chambers Conference Room, 200 Old Bernal Avenue


  1. Election of Committee Chairperson and Vice Chairperson for 2009
  2. Pedestrian Crossing Flags
  3. Bicycle Detection at Traffic Signals
  4. Trail Surface Materials
  5. Pedestrian & Bicycle Master Plan
  6. Update on Staples Ranch & Ponderosa Projects

Download the Agenda

Eastbound Las Positas at Owen

Assigned to:Unassigned
Created:Rick Rickard at September 27, 2008 - 6:12pm
Status: (Class II (bike lane) / Priority major)
Case ID:: -2427




traffic signal not triggered by bicycle


The marked route for the "Temporary Iron Horse Trail" continuing north from its current end at Santa Rita Road goes north on Santa Rita, left on Stoneridge, right on Las Positas, and then left onto Owen to reach the BART station. Unfortunately, the loop in the left turn pocket from eastbound Las Positas onto Owen does not detect a bicycle. This would seem to be an especially important loop since it's on a marked route to a transit station.


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


Draft Pleasanton Pedestrian & Bicycle Master Plan Workshop

WHERE: Pleasanton Library, 400 Old Bernal Ave, Large Meeting Room

P-Town's bicycling residents and workers are invited to join City staff in reviewing the draft bicycle & pedestrian plan.

Contact: Timothy Bustos, Project Manager, (415) 348-0300 x1516 or
email; or Janis Stephen in the City of Pleasanton Public Works / Traffic Engineering Division at (925) 931-5671, or email

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



Pleasanton Bicycle Pedestrian Plan Workshop

Pleasanton Senior Center, 5353 Sunol Blvd

P-town will develop their first ever Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan. Fehr & Peers has been selected to work with Pleasanton residents and city staff on this project, and they want this to be your bicycle and pedestrian plan. If you live or work in P-town, please plan to participate in this public workshop.

Contact: Timothy Bustos, Project Manager, (415) 348-0300 x1516 or

Cinderella Classic

Alameda Co Fairgrounds, Valley Ave Gate 12, Pleasanton

Please visit the EBBC table to join or renew your membership at the EVENT SPECIAL $20 RATE and receive either the new Map2: East of the Hills or an attractive women's-cut EBBC T-shirt with a "Pass with Care" message on the back.

Pleasanton Bike Advocates Public Meeting

A PTown Bike Advocates public meeting will be held 7-8 pm at Cyclepath, located at 337 B Main St., which is behind the BofA building. We have several important topics to discuss:
1) Review of mission and accomplishments
2) Progress update on our city's Bike/Ped Advisory Council (Bill Rose, who is on our group's BOD, also serves on the BPAC)
3) Announcement of how PTBA will work more in affiliation with the EBBC (East Bay Bike Coalition) in the future
4) Gathering of public comments related to specific desired bike improvements in and around Pleasanton

Gibraltar at Hacienda

Assigned to:Unassigned
Created:Michael Graff at March 10, 2008 - 3:38pm
Status: (Class III (no special facility) / Priority minor)
Case ID:: -1604


traffic signal not triggered by bicycle


Gibraltar, crossing Hacienda, NORTH of Stoneridge, the right through lane does not detect bikes in either direction. Note, Gibraltar crosses Hacienda twice. This is the northern crossing, closer to the BART station. Other intersections within Hacienda Business Park do detect bikes, using the same sensor type.



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