The BPAC Infrastructure Committee will be meeting on Thursday, August 5, 2021, 3:30-4:30pm online and by phone.
- To join by web, download Zoom and open the meeting here.
- To join by phone, dial: +1 (669) 900-6833, Meeting ID: 968 8831 0205 Passcode: 526233
Click on the agenda topics to view the materials and notes.
|1||3:30 pm||15 mins||Introductions||All|
|2||3:45||30 mins||14th Street Safety Project design review, state ATP-funded protected bikeway||Charlie Ream (OakDOT)|
|3||4:15||45 mins||Caltrans encroachment permit process discussion||Sergio Ruiz, Amjad Naseer, and Ajay Sehgal (Caltrans D4)|
|4||5:00||30 mins||Updates on proposed future agenda items, and updates on items previously reviewed by the committee||All|
BPAC and OakDOT staff in attendance:
This meeting was held virtually via webconference. Additional attendees, not committee members nor staff, also participated but are not noted here.
- Dianne Yee (BPAC commissioner, Committee co-chair)
- Robert Prinz (Committee co-chair)
- Patricia Schader (BPAC commissioner, Committee member)
- Brendan Pittman (Committee member)
- Midori Tabata (Committee member)
- Charlie Ream (Oakland DOT, 14th Street Downtown protected bikeway project)
- Sergio Ruiz (Caltrans D4, encroachment permit impacts)
- Amjad Naseer (Caltrans D4, encroachment permit impacts)
- Ajay Sehgal (Caltrans D4, encroachment permit impacts)
- Jennifer Stanley (Oakland DOT)
- Jason Patton (Oakland DOT)
- Jason Cook (Oakland DOT)
- Joan Quan (Oakland DOT)
- David Pené (Oakland DOT)
- Si Lau (Oakland DOT)
- Colin Piethe (Oakland DOT)
- Audrey Harris (Oakland DOT)
- BPAC = Bicyclist and Pedestrian Advisory Commission, a city-appointed volunteer group that meets monthly to discuss and advise staff on bike/walk projects, policy, and funding
- ACTC = Alameda County Transportation Commission, a county transportation agency
- MTC = Metropolitan Transportation Commission, a regional transportation agency representing the 9 Bay Area counties
- DOT = Department of Transportation
- Caltrans D4 = Caltrans District 4, state transportation agency representing the Bay Area
- ATP = Active Transportation Program, a state funding source for bike/walk projects
- CBO = Community-based organization
- KONO = Abbreviation for Oakland’s Koreatown Northgate business district, along Telegraph Ave north of 20th Street
- ADA = Americans with Disabilities Act, referring to design features which enable and promote access and ease of use for people with disabilities
Future agenda item requests:
Next meeting is on Thursday, October 7, 2021.