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Bayfair BART Community Workshop

Community workshop to discuss safety improvements and options at BART's Bayfair station site.

Meet at the former Crown Books store area on the second floor of Bayfair Center, 15555 E. 14th St.

For more info contact:
Tim Chan BART Senior Planner TChan1@bartgov

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BART Bicycle Accessibility Task Force Meeting, 2/2/09

Listen to audio of the second half of Monday evening's meeting here:

http://bartvoices.blogspot.com/2009/02/bart-bicycle-accessibility-task-force.html

Scott Mace

Visioning Workshop for Lake Merritt BART

The Forum @ Laney College
333 East 8th St
Oakland

Lake Merritt BART
AC Transit: 11, 62,88

The community and all interested parties are invited to a brainstorming session for improving the station and the surrounding neighborhood. Input will be incorporated in the City's Station Specific Plan. Brought to you by Asian Health Services and Oakland Chinatown Chamber of Commerce. Refreshments will be served.

Can't make this meeting? The next one will be
February 19, 6 to 8 pm at

BART Bicycle Accessibility Task Force

BART Bicycle Accessibility Task Force Agenda

Monday, February 2, 2009

6:00 PM, MTC Building, Room 171

I. INTRODUCTIONS - 5 minutes

II. PUBLIC COMMUNICATIONS - 10 minutes

III. Bike To Work Day Promotion & Education, BTWD Staff - 10 minutes

IV. Bike Courtesy Car Card, BART Marketing Department - 10 minute

V. Car Modification Evaluation Results, BART Customer and
Performance Research - 20 minutes

VI. Alameda County Funding Applications - BART Capital Development
& Control - 10 minutes

Transportation 2035 Plan Public Hearing

Joseph P. Bort MetroCenter
Lawrence D. Dahms Auditorium
101 Eighth Street @ Oak St.
Oakland

Lake Merritt BART station
AC Transit Lines: 11, 59, 62, and 88

The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) will be holding an open forum for public input on the Draft Transportation 2035 Plan, a regional blueprint for funding projects and combating climate change.

Ashby BART Mtg - Bike Cage proposal At-risk

WHERE: Phillips Temple CME Church, 3332 Adeline Street, Berkeley

IRO fixed gear

location

Rockridge BART outside lockers

description

White IRO fixie Bullet crankset 29" disc specific rear rim, black Mavic Cosmos front wheel, silver 44x17 Drop bars Roaring Mouse Cycles Stickers 105 brake levers, front and rear brakes (sora) Leather bar tape White Plastic Viscount Aero Saddle
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contact

Ben 415-533-2282 salsamanben@yahoo.com

Jurisdiction

Berkeley Bike Station Expansion Saved by Outpouring of Supporters

Berkeley Bike Station Expansion Saved by Outpouring of Supporters

Local advocates and BART officials successfully defeated a proposal by Berkeley staff on December 8, 2008 that would have caused a setback in the Bike Station expansion plans and resulted in the loss of over $1 million in funding committed to the project.

Jubilant supporters assembled in the Berkeley City Hall lobby following unanimous council action to prioritize the Bike Station Expansion.

A street-level Bike Station will open in 2009.

The location now known as “The Spot” on Shattuck Ave adjacent to the entrance to the Downtown Berkeley BART Station will provide guarded parking for up to 300 bicycles.

Mayor Tom Bates reminded the council members and public in the packed Council Chamber that the highly visible, street-level Bike Station will provide encouragement for many commuters and shoppers to use a bicycle. “The City of Berkeley is taking action toward reducing greenhouse gas emissions,” he said.

Save the Berkeley BikeStation! - Dec 8th City Council Meeting


Help save the Berkeley BikeStation!

With space running out on the Berkeley BART concourse level, securing a safe, friendly, above-ground location is imperative. The city of Berkeley has already secured funding from BART and a Safe-Routes-to-Transit grant. But without a funding commitment from the city, to support ongoing operations, the grant funding will be lost.

TransForm Mailing Party **Volunteers Needed**

TransForm (formerly TALC, the Transportation and Land Use Coalition)
405 14th Street, Suite 605
Oakland, CA 94612

Can you give just an hour or two of your time to TransForm this week? Join other friendly volunteers in helping with the critical behind-the-scenes work that keeps TransForm going.

Come to the Oakland office (food and drinks provided) to stuff envelopes. Come for as long as you’re able, and feel free to bring friends!

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