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Slow Streets–Essential Places Program Update

At the January 20, 2022 BPAC meeting, Megan Wier and Jason Patton, OakDOT staff in the Safe Streets Division, will present on upcoming changes to the Slow Streets–Essential Places Program in response to the ongoing and changing nature of the COVID-19 pandemic. Changes include removing the temporary Slow Streets and Essential Places materials, including temporary street closures, and shifting efforts to longer term strategies for pedestrian safety and neighborhood traffic calming. The presentation is below.

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January 2022 BPAC Agenda

Thursday, January 20, 2021; 6:00-8:00 pm, online and by phone.

Agenda topics include:

  • Recent Bicyclist and Pedestrian Related Crashes
  • Nominations & Elections for BPAC Chair and Vice Chair
  • Slow Streets–Essential Places Program Updates

Announcements:

  • OakDOT is looking to hire Assistant Engineers and School Crossing Guards
  • Ney Avenue Interim Traffic Calming Installation
  • California Bicycle Summit in Oakland, April 6-9, 2022
  • RAISE Grant Awarded for Reconnecting the Town Project

More details below.

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January 2022 Infrastructure Committee Meeting

The January 6, 2022 BPAC Infrastructure Committee has been rescheduled toThursday, January 26, 2022, 3:30-5:30pm online and by phone.
Agenda topics include:

  • 14th Street Safety Project – 65% design review
  • Rapid Response Program update
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Oakland Waterfront Trail

At the December 16, 2021 BPAC meeting, 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.

The presentation is below.

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December 2021 BPAC Agenda

Thursday, December 16, 2021; 6:00-8:00 pm, online and by phone.

Agenda topics include:

  • Recent Bicyclist and Pedestrian Related Crashes
  • Thanking Commissioner RB
  • Oakland Waterfront Trail
  • Draft 2021 BPAC Chair’s Report
  • Committee Report-Back

Announcements:

  • Traffic Fatalities and Rapid Responses – CY 2021 to date
  • OakDOT Major Projects Map Updates
  • Montclair Demand-Responsive Parking Program
  • Funding Exploration for Universal Basic Mobility Program

More details below.

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