Thursday, May 19, 2022; 6:00-8:00 pm, online and by phone.
Agenda topics include:
- Recent Bicyclist and Pedestrian Related Crashes
- Grand Avenue Complete Streets Paving Project
- 27th and Lakeside Streets Project
- Martin Luther King Jr Way Paving Project
- BPAC Agenda Sign-Up List
- Bicycle Facilities Map Update
- Bike to Wherever Day (BTWD) 2022 is Friday, May 20th. The roll-out will begin at 3:30pm from the 81st Ave Library and festivities will take place at the Lake Merritt Pergola from 4-7pm.
- City of Oakland Grant to Organize Festivals Application Available
- Active Transportation Program Cycle 6 Grant Applications
- One Bay Area Cycle 3 Grant Applications
- Oakland 2022 Infrastructure Bond Community Engagement Sessions
- Paint the Town Murals
More details below.
At the April 21, 2022 BPAC meeting, OakDOT Director, Ryan Russo, and OakDOT Assistant Director, Ariel Espiritu Santo, provided an overview of the current organization including updates to department leadership, the vacancy rate and department work. They also gave an update on the Fiscal Year 2022-2023 mid-cycle budget adjustment process that is underway.
The presentation is below.
At the April 21, 2022 BPAC meeting, OakDOT Policy & Intergovernmental Affairs Advisor, Nicole Ferrara presented on AB 2336 and requested a motion of support for the bill.
Every week, two Oaklanders are killed or fatally injured by traffic violence. These crashes disproportionally impact Black, Indigenous, and People of Color communities, seniors, children, and people with disabilities.
Assembly Bill 2336 (Friedman): Speed Safety System Pilot Program is a proposed state law that would allow Oakland and 5 other cities to administer these speed safety systems as a pilot program. Oakland would be permitted a total 18 safety systems administered by the Department of Transportation.
The Safe Oakland Streets (SOS) Initiative aims to prevent severe and fatal traffic crashes, eliminate injury inequities, and carefully assess and mitigate any equity impacts resulting from safety measures. SOS found that, in addition to engineering, automated speed enforcement is highly effective at preventing traffic deaths, while also advancing Reimagining Public Safety Task Force goals of moving most traffic enforcement from the Oakland Police Department to the Department of Transportation.
The full presentation is below.
The BPAC Infrastructure Committee will be held on Thursday, May 5, 2022, 3:30-5:30pm online and by phone.
Agenda topics include:
- Parklet Guidelines
- Utility Projects – Bike/Walk Infrastructure Rehabilitation
- Neighborhood Bike Route & Paving Plan Coordination