Thursday, December 16, 2021; 6:00-8:00 pm
View and download the full agenda packet [4mb PDF].
Reginald K Burnette Jr, Andrew Campbell, Grey Gardner, Michael Lok, Phoenix Mangrum, David Ralston, Patricia Schader, Dianne Yee, one vacancy
Pursuant to the Governor’s Executive Order N-29-20 [PDF], all participants will join the meeting via phone/video conference and no teleconference locations are required.
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If you have any questions, please email Noel Pond-Danchik, staff liaison to the commission.
|6:00||1||Teleconference Protocol/Roll Call/Determination of Quorum/Introductions (10 minutes)|
|6:10||2||Recent Bicyclist and Pedestrian Related Crashes (5 minutes) |
Vice Chair Schader will lead the commission in a discussion of recent fatal and other high-profile traffic crashes in Oakland involving bicyclists and pedestrians:
On 12/4/2021 at approximately 1:46 am, a pedestrian was hit and injured while walking
Southbound on Broadway in the southbound travel lane. The driver fled the scene.
On 12/5/2021 at approximately 1:56 pm, a 41-year-old bicyclist died in a solo crash on Shepard
|6:15||3||Thanking Commissioner RB (5 minutes) |
The Commission will recognize and thank outgoing Commissioner Reginald K Burnette Jr who will be terming out after serving six years on the commission.
|6:20||4||Open Forum / Public Comment (10 minutes)|
Members of the public may comment on any issue within BPAC’s subject matter jurisdiction. Comments on a scheduled agenda item will be heard with that item. The BPAC’s Open Forum Committee tracks Open Forum issues raised by the public. The Committee reviews the public comments on a periodic basis to identify policy issues for discussion by the Commission. To request City services, please contact the City of Oakland Call Center (311).
|6:30||5||Approval of meeting minutes (5 Minutes)|
Seek motion to adopt the November 2021 BPAC minutes.
|6:35||6||Renewal of Resolution to Continue Teleconference Meetings (5 minutes) |
The Commission will consider renewing a resolution determining that conducting in-person meetings of the Bicyclist & Pedestrian Advisory Commission and its committees would present imminent risks to attendees’ health, and electing to continue conducting meetings using teleconferencing in accordance with California Government Code Section 54953(e), a provision of Assembly Bill 361 (AB-361).
|6:40||7||Oakland Waterfront Trail (30 minutes) |
Kristin Hathaway, Watershed and Stormwater Division and Measure DD Program Manager, will present on the status of the Oakland Waterfront Trail. As part of the $198,250,000 Measure DD Bond, a General Obligation bond approved by Oakland voters in 2002, $43,500,000 of the Estuary Waterfront Access category is designated for waterfront trail and parks acquisition and construction. Through this category of funding, Oakland is completing local segments of the regional San Francisco Bay Trail, a 500-mile walking and cycling path around the San Francisco Bay that passes through 47 cities and all nine Bay Area counties. The City has completed several segments and is in various stages of design on the remaining segments that still need to be constructed to close the Bay Trail gaps in Oakland.
|7:10||8||2021 BPAC Chair’s Report (15 minutes) |
BPAC Chair Andrew Campbell will present the draft 2021 BPAC Chair’s Report to the Oakland City Council for the BPAC’s review and approval.
|7:25||9||Committee Report-Back (20 minutes)|
Committees of the BPAC will provide brief updates to the Commission. A list of active committees and report backs from committees are here.
|7:45||10||Three-month agenda look-ahead (below), suggestions for meeting topics, announcements (below), and|
adjourn to holiday well wishes (10 minutes)
Three-month agenda look-ahead
- BPAC officer elections
- Slow Streets Post-Pandemic
- San Pablo Corridor Plan (tentative)
- 14th Street Project Update
- Safe Oakland Streets Initiative Update (tentative)
- OakDOT Organizational Update (tentative)
- Bike to Work Day Planning
- Transportation Development Act Article 3 (TDA) Grant Recommended List of Projects (tentative)
- Annual Major Development Projects (tentative)
- Meeting with the Mayor (tentative)
- School Safety Crossing Guards (tentative)
- Traffic Fatalities – 2021 Calendar Year to Date:
According to the latest OPD Fatality Tracking Data There have been 23 confirmed traffic fatalities in 2021, seven of which involved a pedestrian, two involved a motorcyclist, one involved a scooterist, and one involved a bicyclist. This total does not include the Oct 28th crash at 7th and Madison where the pedestrian is not expected to survive.
OakDOT is currently working on six Rapid Responses—one for a motorist fatality on Frontage Road, one for a pedestrian fatality on MacArthur Boulevard near Chetwood Street, one for a pedestrian fatality on Park Boulevard near East 38th Street, one for a severe pedestrian injury at the intersection of 10th Street and Harrison Street, one for the pedestrian fatality at the intersection of Bancroft Avenue and 85th Avenue, and one for two severe pedestrian injuries at 23rd Ave and 27th St.
- OakDOT Major Projects Map Updates:
OakDOT completed a comprehensive update to the OakDOT Major Projects Map which shares information on current OakDOT major projects across the city. The effort added 42 projects and updated the information on all other projects. You can find the map from the landing page here.
- Montclair Demand-Responsive Parking Program:
Staff installed temporary signage to accompany new demand responsive parking rates in Montclair. The Parking & Mobility Management Initiative project will be expanding to more areas, such as Chinatown.
- Funding Exploration for Universal Basic Mobility Program:
OakDOT staff are working with MTC, SFMTA, SFCTA, and Cubic to prepare a federal grant application that would provide long-term funding for a Universal Basic Mobility (UBM) program in Oakland and regional transit incentives. This project would build on the Next Generation Clipper’s account-based system by integrating innovative programs like Oakland’s UBM program and parking payment into Clipper cards and by promoting incentive programs that encourage public transit use and reduce auto trips. If funded, this project would present significant opportunities for OakDOT and MTC to pursue future innovative pilots to enhance Oaklanders’ mobility.