Transportation Demand Article (TDA) 3 Projects Grant Applications

At the April 15, 2021 BPAC meeting, Julieth Ortiz, OakDOT Transportation Planner, presented an overview of existing Transportation Development Act (TDA) Article 3 projects and a draft project list for fiscal year 2021-22. This year’s recommendation is to use funding for existing programs/projects, including the bicycle parking program, the stairs and path program, and Foothill pedestrian safety improvements. Input from the Commission regarding priorities is welcome.

Overview

  • Construction/engineering of a bicycle or pedestrian capital project
  • Maintenance of a multi-purpose path
  • Bicycle safety education program
  • Development of a comprehensive bicycle or pedestrian plans
  • Re-striping Class II bicycle lanes
  • Pedestrian safety education

FY 2021-22 TDA 3 Proposal

  • E 20th St Stairpath Rehabilitation
    • CIP Score: 61
    • Reconstruct deteriorated stairs/landings and install handrails for this stairpath along E 20th St connecting Park Blvd to 5th Ave.
  • Burr, Wilson, and Palmer Stair/path Rehab
    • CIP Score: 61
    • Design and construct 2 stairway rehab projects (Palmer-handrails only & Wilson)
  • CityRacks Bicycle Parking Program
    • CIP Score: 56
    • Install new bike parking racks along public streets throughout Oakland, or new e-Locker sites and a smaller number of bike racks.
  • Foothill Blvd Pedestrian Safety Improvements
    • CIP Score: 77
    • Traffic signals or Pedestrian Hybrid Beacons, Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacons, bulb-outs and pedestrian medians, curb ramps, pedestrian lighting, crosswalks, daylighting at intersections

Presentation

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