In late July, the Alameda County Transportation Commission (CTC) announced “the availability of $1.125 million in local Bicycle and Pedestrian Measure B sales tax funds for the deployment of a COVID-19 Rapid Response Bicycle and Pedestrian Grant Program (RRGP) to support Alameda County’s economic recovery and regrowth from the impacts of COVID-19.
The City of Oakland applied to the grant program and its application was recommended to the Alameda County Technical Advisory Committee on 29 October 2020.
Oakland’s project is for “Citywide Bicycle/Pedestrian Rapid Response Enhancements“: Enhance existing, temporary safety installations with more durable improvements, including signage, striping, markers and modular curb to build on Oakland’s Slow Streets “Essential Places” and “Rapid Response” programs.
Saturday, Oct. 31, 2020
Meet up at 5:30pm
@85th Mini Park (1712 85th Ave. Oakland 94621)
Ride out at 7:00pm
Bike to Work Day this year is now renamed to Bike to Wherever Day, and will take place on Thursday, September 24, 2020. The entire week of September 20-26, 2020 is Bike to Wherever Week.
Ways to volunteer:
- Commissioner Rides with Councilmembers, Mayor, Electeds
- Bike Bag and Bikeway Maps distribution
- Bike Route Suggestions – Online Maps
- Put up signs on Slow Streets barricades
- Media – Digital Storytelling
If you are interested in volunteering with WOBO for BTWD, please fill out this form.
Bike Bingo, info on BTWD tote bags, and the full presentation by Chris Hwang are below.
Message from Walk Oakland Bike Oakland Oakland’s 26th annual Bike To Work Day celebrations originally scheduled for May 14, 2020 has been postponed. Regionally, partners organizing Bay Area celebrations have agreed to reschedule Bike To Work Day to Thursday, September 24, 2020. An update will be provided in June. At this time, Walk Oakland Bike […]