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BART Bike Share demo in Downtown Oakland

August 19, 2011 - 11:00am to 1:00pm

BART is bringing a demonstration bike sharing kiosk, docking system and bicycles from B-cycle to 300 Lakeside in Oakland. They will set-up just outside Nicks on the street level. Anyone interested in learning about the latest bike share technology and taking a test ride is welcome to stop by. Stop by, take a look, go for a spin.

If you have questions call:
Steve Beroldo
Manager of Access Programs
Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART)
(510) 464-6158

Want bike lanes all around Lake Merritt BART Station?

September 12, 2011 - 4:30pm to 7:30pm


Lake Merritt Emerging Concepts Open House

OPEN HOUSE
When: Monday, September 12, 4:30 - 7:30 pm
Where:Location: Laney College Student Center/Cafeteria
900 Fallon St. (@9th St.)

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Lake Merritt Bart Station between 8th and 9th St, I looked the bike, but the lock was cut, I am very sad, I am tourist in Oakland and it was my first time I decided to bring my bike to the city.

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BART Bicycle Accessibility Task Force Mtg

October 3, 2011 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm

Where: Metropolitan Transportation Commission, 101 8th Street, Conference Room 171

Agenda coming soon:

This meeting is open to the public and you are encouraged to attend and provide your good ideas for making BART the most bike-friendly transit agency in the country.

BART Bicycle Accessibility Task Force Mtg

August 1, 2011 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm

Where: Metropolitan Transportation Commission, 101 8th Street, Conference Room 171

On the agenda are:

  • BART's new rail car designs
  • Bicycle Access plans for BART Stations
  • 19th Street BART Station update
  • Dublin/Pleasanton Hacienda Bike Share
  • Bike Station signage

    Open to the public. Please join the BBATF Mtg with your good ideas for making BART the most bike-friendly transit agency in the country.

BART to Warm Springs Community Meeting

April 27, 2011 - 6:30pm to 8:00pm

Warm Springs Community Center Multi-Purpose Room
47300 Fernald St.
Fremont, CA 94539

BART's Warm Springs extension will extend 5.4 miles from Fremont station into the city's Warm Springs District. Construction is already underway and is anticipated to be complete in late 2014.

Great things are happening for biking in Pleasanton!

plan view of projectPleasanton Mayor Jennifer Hosterman concluded the meeting by saying,

What a wonderful workshop we have had tonight, let’s move forward!

Here at the East Bay Bicycle Coalition we couldn’t agree more.

Thanks to tireless efforts from advocates like James Van Dyke, a board member of the East Bay Bicycle Coalition, great things are happening in Pleasanton right now for bicycling!  We just learned, here at the East Bay Bicycle Coalition, that a critical connection between the Dublin/Pleasanton BART Station and Hacienda Business Park, along Hopyard Road, was just funded through the CalTrans Bicycle Transportation Account. This project on Hopyard was the only project in the entire East Bay to win funds though this very competitive funding process.

In addition those of you who have been following the TIGER II funding through the East Bay Regional Park District will know already that this project funds two important connections across the 580 in Pleasanton, one completing the Alamo Creek Trail though the 580/680 interchange between Dublin and Pleasanton, and the second filling in a 1.6 mile gap in the world-class rail-trail conversion, the Iron Horse Trail.

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LAKE MERRITT BART STATION BIKE RACKS, CORNER OF 9TH AND OAK

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BART Bicycle Accessibility Task Force Mtg

February 7, 2011 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm

BART Bicycle Accessibility Task Force Agenda

East Bay Greenway plans moving along

New green trail under BART moving forward

By Chris Metinko - Oakland Tribune - 01/25/2011

The areas below elevated BART tracks are not normally known for their picturesque beauty, but Alameda County's transportation agency is hoping to change that.

The Alameda County Transportation Commission is moving forward with a plan to build a 12-mile bike path under the elevated BART tracks between Oakland and Hayward.

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