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Richmond BPAC Visits Bike-Friendly Davis

September 1, 2012 - 9:00am to 5:00pm

My fellow bicycle tourists!

I look forward to seeing you this Saturday. If anyone else is coming, please contact me, or just show up! There will be no waiting around for stragglers since we are catching the train.

I suggest we meet up on the Amtrak platform around 9am; train leaves at 9:17am. My cell phone number is 510-759-3200

I found my Chinook Book and there are three coupons for two-for-one travel on the Capitol Corridor Amtrak train. This is by far the biggest discount so I encourage everyone to dig yours out if you have one.

Richmond Bicycle & Pedestrian Committee Meeting

September 10, 2012 - 5:30pm to 7:30pm

Come attend the regular monthly meeting of the Richmond Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Committee and find out about all that Richmond is working on to become a more active transportation community. All meetings open to the public.

Agenda coming soon.

Richmond City Hall, 2nd floor conference room.

For more info, contact Patrick Phelan, planner with the City of Richmond.

Specialized Hard Rock Silver color large size, with a black mettle rack over the back tire. bent de railer rattled in some gears. serial number soon.

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My garage. In my house. On a weekend day, I was loading a rental truck to take to Berkeley Flea Market, and did. There was no one stirring on my CuldeSac, except my neighbor who was "helping me" who was sleeping in the truck cab. I think he probably is the one that boosted it. There was no more than a 8-10 minute window ever. of Course that was plenty.

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Richmond Bicycle & Pedestrian Committee Recap

June 11, 2012 - 5:30pm to 7:30pm

Recap of June 11, 2012 Meeting:

  • The Richmond BPAC discussed the planned Bay Trail Extension to Pt. Molate and approved a recommendation for a preferred alignment along the west side of I-580. This is the least expensive of the alignments and provides a more direct connection to Pt. Molate from Castro St. The project is still in design phase and we expect to see final designs soon. The Richmond BPAC is sending a letter to Caltrans and the City of Richmond with their support.
  • New bikeways have been striped on Robert Miller Dr. and Filbert St and new bike lanes on 37th St are in the works. The new bike lanes on Robert Miller Dr are a first, to our knowledge, where the contracting crew, while striping the bike lanes, called the city traffic planer and asked if they could extend the bike lane striping all the way thru the sweeping right turn at the intersection with San Pablo. Great work contractors!

Richmond Ride of Silence Draws Attention to Safety Issues

The Richmond Ride of Silence drew over 50 cyclists to the Second Annual Ride of Silence organized by Richmond BPAC (Richmond Bicycle / Pedestrian Advisory Committee) with significant outreach from Richmond Spokes and support by COR from the Richmond Police Department, Mayor's office, engineering, and Richmond Redevelopment successor agency. It was a very successful, somber, and soulful event exemplifying how much we care about each other in our small town of Richmond. The event also drew attention to the much-needed safety improvements in the City of Richmond.

Celebrations For a Special Day on the Richmond Bay Trail

May 26, 2012 - 10:00am to 2:00pm

A series of coordinated events create an excellent opportunity to explore the San Francisco Bay Trail in Richmond on Saturday, May 26. Referring to the attached two invitations, the sequence is as follows:

  • 10 AM - Grand Opening of the new Visitor Education Center for Rosie the Riveter WWII/Home Front National Historical Park in the Oil House of the Ford Assembly Building on the Bay Trail between Lucretia Edwards Park and Harbour Way South

Richmond Ride of Silence

May 16, 2012 - 5:00pm to 6:00pm

Richmond City Hall Plaza, 450 Civic Center Plaza

May 16, 5:00pm

Join the Richmond Bicycle Pedestrian Advisory Committee for this second annual ride to honor those seriously hurt or killed while bicycling, and to demonstrate for improvements for safe cycling on this six mile easy round-trip to Point Richmond Farmer’s Market. More Information,

After Party for East Bay Bike Party at Richmond Spokes

April 13, 2012 - 9:00pm to 11:59pm

Richmond Spokes Community Space/Bike Shop
339 11th Street Richmond, CA 94801

It’s Official… Red carpet treatment in Richmond For East Bay Bike Party’s Nothern most ride….

SPOKES is hosing the After party and preparing to give the best reception for our dearest sea creatures.. More on the theme “under the sea” and the route….. Test ride tomorrow…… El Cerito Bart…..

23rd Street Richmond Focus Area Design Charrette Design Charrette

April 10, 2012 - 5:30pm to 7:30pm

After well-attended public workshops for MacDonald Avenue and San Pablo Avenue, the City of Richmond moves next to 23rd Street, a key bikeway connecting Downtown Richmond, City Hall, Richmond High School and San Pablo City Hall north to Contra Costa College. Please attend one of these upcoming workshops or stop by the open studios and voice your support for bike lanes on 23rd Avenue.

Richmond Bicycle & Pedestrian Committee: EBBC's Presents

April 9, 2012 - 5:30pm to 7:30pm

Regular monthly meeting of the Richmond Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Committee. Meets 2nd floor of Richmond City Hall. Open to the public.

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