At the July 17, 2021 BPAC meeting, Kerby Olsen, New Mobility Supervisor at OakDOT, introduced the Zero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) Action Plan and the upcoming Electric Bike Library. Topics explored in the ZEV Plan include the installation of electric vehicle chargers in the public right of way, increasing access to ebikes and e-scooters, and encouraging cargo bike delivery services. The Electric Bike Library is a grant-funded, $1,000,000 project to purchase 1,000 electric bicycles and make them available for medium- or long- term rental at low cost through existing bike shops and bike programs.
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At the July 17, 2021 BPAC meeting, OakDOT Bicycle and Pedestrian Program staff Jennifer Stanley and Pierre Gerard will summarize progress implementing the projects and programs in “Let’s Bike Oakland,” the citywide bike plan adopted in July 2019. The full presentation is below.Read More
Thursday, July 15, 2021; 6:00-8:00 pm, online and by phone.
Agenda topics include:
- Electric Bike Library and Zero Emissions Vehicle Plan
- Bike Plan Update
- BPAC Commissioner Outreach
- Committee Report-Back
- Telegraph Protected Bike Lanes
The Oakland City Council voted Tuesday, 02 July 2021 to install concrete barriers to protect bicyclists on a 10-block stretch of Telegraph Avenue in the Koreatown Northgate neighborhood near the city’s downtown.
- OakDOT Received Alameda County Transportation Commission (ACTC) 2022 CIP Grant Funding:
OakDOT received grant funding from ACTC for three projects: West Oakland Transit Improvements, 14th Street Safe Routes in the City, and the East Bay Greenway.
- Paint the Town Mural painted at Mystic St and Rockwell St
- New Traffic Safety 311/Seeclickfix Service Request Prioritization Model Completed
- City Council Accepts Transportation Grants (ATP and HSIP)
- E-Scooter Permits
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On June 16, 2021, OakDOT staff Emily Ehlers emailed the BPAC Infrastructure Committee, sharing the 95% plan set for a repaving and road diet project on Martin Luther King Jr. Way from 7th Street to 20th Street, just west of Downtown. Robert Prinz, Brendan Pittman, and Dianne Yee reviewed the plans and submitted comments, mainly concerning upgrading curb ramps and potentially adding painted bulb-outs.
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