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A Green Light for Protected Lanes on Telegraph

A Green Light for Protected Lanes on Telegraph

Updated Monday, December 17, 2018 On Friday, Oakland City Council unanimously approved protected bike lanes on Telegraph Avenue in the Temescal District. Not only that: the council directed staff to implement additional improvements to Telegraph Avenue through the Koreatown Northgate (KONO) District, and to create a plan to close the gap... MORE 17 Dec
Final Countdown: Protected Bike Lanes on Telegraph

Final Countdown: Protected Bike Lanes on Telegraph

Friday, December 14 update here.  Telegraph Avenue protected bike lane project in the Temescal barely survived Oakland Public Works Committee this week and now to full Oakland City Council December 11, but did not get heard due to a super long agenda. Telegraph Avenue has been continued to Friday, December 14, 11:00am, but probably won’t... MORE 27 Nov
Next Steps for the Niles Canyon Trail

Next Steps for the Niles Canyon Trail

The Niles Canyon Trail is a proposed six-mile trail that would connect the Niles District in Fremont and the unincorporated community of Sunol. Join the community meeting on March 11, 6:30pm to learn the latest and help plan the trail. Learn more at the community meeting on March 11. Last we talked, three options were up for consideration... MORE 1 Mar
Meet Your 2021 Board Candidates

Meet Your 2021 Board Candidates

Bike East Bay’s Annual Member Meeting and Election   When: Thursday, February 4,  from 6:00pm-7:00pm. We vote early, so please arrive promptly! Where: On Zoom - RSVP for all the details Who: Bike East Bay members (Not sure if your membership is current? Join or renew now, or get in touch: membership@bikeeastbay.org What Else: Bikey ... MORE 4 Jan
Quarry Lakes Parkway Advances as an Overbuilt Expressway

Quarry Lakes Parkway Advances as an Overbuilt Expressway

Outdated transportation planning moves forward in Union City, and Bike East Bay is pushing back. For two years we have been at the table advocating for better biking, walking, and transit access as Union City pushed forward an overbuilt expressway, once known as the East-West Connector, now called the Quarry Lakes Parkway. We’ll be meeting... MORE 1 Dec
Election Recap: Bright Spots and Big Work Ahead

Election Recap: Bright Spots and Big Work Ahead

It was a tough election: with reasons to celebrate, and much work ahead. Nationally, a divide continues which will likely stymie Federal efforts to help those most in need, much less approve transit funding or a new Federal transportation plan.  Despite inspirational organizing by progressive leaders statewide and locally, organized property... MORE 10 Nov
Pedalfest

Pedalfest

We wish we could gather, 20,000+ strong to dance, laugh, and play along the water in Jack London Square for bikey shenanigans at Pedalfest this year. Pedalfest is cancelled for 2020, but you can still make it a summer of bikey fun!  Check out the Pedalfest 2019 highlights! Take A Free Class Our free, award-winning bicycle education... MORE 17 Jul
Fremont Sets the Standard

Fremont Sets the Standard

    A new raised protected bike lane is open on Walnut Avenue in Fremont, and it’s a beauty. Extending more than a mile from Paseo Padre Parkway to Mission Boulevard, the state-of-the-art bike lane features bus boarding areas, bike counters, and not one but four fully protected intersections. With direct access to the BART station, Walnut... MORE 26 Jun
#BlackLivesMatter and Transportation Justice

#BlackLivesMatter and Transportation Justice

Dear Bike East Bay members and partners,  As protests continue across the nation, Bike East Bay mourns George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, Tony McDade, and many more Black lives lost to police and racially motivated violence in recent weeks and months. This is the same structural racism we see when police disproportionately stop and... MORE 2 Jun
Meet Your 2020 Board Candidates

Meet Your 2020 Board Candidates

Bike East Bay’s Annual Member Meeting and Election   When: Thursday, January 16,  from 6:30-8pm. We vote early, so please arrive promptly! Where: Sports Basement in Berkeley, 2727 Milvia Street Who: Bike East Bay members (Not sure if your membership is current? Join or renew now, or come a minute early to take care of it at the door.)... MORE 10 Dec
From No Long Rides, to Climate Ride

From No Long Rides, to Climate Ride

  Before 2019, Warren Wells had never ridden more than 40 miles on his bike in one day: “no hills, no multi-day trips, no clip in pedals, no lycra jerseys,” as he puts it. But, less than a year after moving to the Bay Area from Los Angeles, Warren was on his bike, setting off on Climate Ride: a five-day, 280 mile fundraising bike ride from... MORE 26 Nov

Ride Route to ShoreFest on Bay Day

This year on Bay Day, you can ride your bike to Save the Bay’s signature event in the East Bay: ShoreFest! October 5, 2019 9 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. MLK Shoreline Lat/long: 37.752639, -122.209272 This shoreline festival is perfect for those Bay Heroes who want to give back to the Bay on Bay Day. Help remove plastic straws, food wrappers and... MORE 21 Aug

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