Tri-City Bike/Ped Meeting (Berkeley, Emeryville, Oakland)

Emeryville City Hall, 1333 Park Ave, Council Chambers. (Cross-street: Hollis)


(1 min.) 1. Call to Order

(5 min.) 2. Public Comment on Items not on the Agenda

3. Agenda Items:

(20 min.) a. Introductions of Pedestrian and Bicycle Committee/Commission members and staff from Emeryville, Oakland, Berkeley and other organizations

(30 min.) b. General Pedestrian and Bicycle Issues facing Emeryville, Oakland and Berkeley

(30 min.) c. Specific Pedestrian and Bicycle Issues on borders of Emeryville, Oakland and Berkeley

(30 min.) d. Future Collaboration Ideas

Sustainable Urbanism with David Baker

Back from a recent tour of major European cities in which he was armed with just a folding bike, David Baker will reflect on the different approaches to sustainable urbanism that he encountered. He will share ideas and images from the optimistic Towards Car-Free Cities Conference in Istanbul, the sleek success of Paris’s Velib’ bicycle program, and the effects of London’s congestion tax as well as the city’s architecture festival, Open House London.



Stolen from my yard (inside a gated, fenced-in area) in the 1700 block of Francisco Street (a few blocks to the east of the North Berkeley BART station and a few north from Ohlone Park along Hearst).


My baby is a red "beater" bike, a Bridgestone mountain bike frame with tons of customization (and plenty of chipped paint). I put "North Road bend" or classic English 3-speed bike handlebars on it. Its tires were commuter tires (rather than mountain ones or skinny road racer ones). I put a I had a "I'd rather be smashing imperialism" sticker along the down tube, and an "Every dyke is a hero" (custom-made by a Minneapolis anarchist chick) sticker on the headset. It has a rack over the rear tire, with a Vaude pannier attached to it by screws (as v. the pop-on & off design the pannier came with). My helmet and bicycling gloves were in the pannier. Basically I loved this bike like my old dog.
First 2 characters of serial number:


Polly at 510-845-1307


UC Berkeley Bicycle Advisory Committee Meeting

Where: Parking & Transportation 3rd Floor Conference Room
2150 Kittredge Street, Berkeley. Staff: Kira Stoll-AICP
Transportation Planner, 510-643-9276 EBBC Rep: vacant. Agenda to be provided at meeting.

Redline Conquest Pro


Stolen from the LSA building on UC Berkeley's campus at 1:35 pm on Friday, Nov. 9th.


58 cm frame. red white and black color scheme. Front 1/3 is red, middle is white, and back 1/3 is black. Large 'REDLINE' logo on frame and fork. Salsa Bell Lap handlebars Ultegra components Thomson seatpost Crappy pedals Ritchey headset and crank arms
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Tanner Nevill 510-919-5705


Berkeley Transportation Commission


November 15, 2007
North Berkeley Senior Center Thursday
MULTI-PURPOSE ROOM November 15, 2007
1901 Hearst Ave. (at MLK) 7:00 PM Berkeley, CA


1.Call to Order
2.Roll Call
3.Public Comment on items not on the Agenda
4.Approval of Draft Action Minutes of July 19, 2007 and September 20, 2007*
5.Approval and Order of Agenda
6.Update on Administration/Staff


Fuji Newest 3.0


McCone Hall - UC Berkeley Campus


Red and silver Fuji Newest 3.0 Road bike Serial number unknown
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Osman Chaudhry 706-631-1508


Berkeley Bicycle Subcommittee Meeting

Bicycle Subcommittee of the City Transportation Commission
November 29, 5-6:30pm
Public Works Department
Transportation Division
1947 Center Street, 3rd Floor "Dawn Redwood” Conference Room

The next Bicycle Subcommittee of the Transportation Commission will meet next Thursday, Nov. 29th, 5 - 6:30 p.m., in the Dawn Redwood Room, 3rd floor, 1947 Center St.


MTC Regional Pedestrian & Bicycle Training Workshop

[G2:952 size=50 class=left]Encourage your local transportation planners and engineers to register now! Three earlier workshops received tremendous acclaim, but many cities and agencies were absent. [G2:965 size=50 class=left]The interactive workshop, conducted by Fehr & Peers and Eisen | Letunic, is aimed at providing the latest bicycle & pedestrian design tools to practicing transportation and urban planning & design professionals.

September 6, 2007

Marcy Greenhut (Commissioner)
Eric McCaughrin (Commissioner)
Aaron Welch
Jan Collins
Phil Morton
Bryce Nesbitt
Jason Meggs

Chair: Marcy Greenhut

1.Meeting Administration
-Approval of agenda
-August 2007 Subcommittee Meeting Notes reviewed
-Announcements: TALC and the City of Berkeley are working on a travel choices program (house-to-house effort) to provide custom transit travel planning (Bryce). Presumably, this effort will include bicycling options.


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