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.
Join the ZEV e-mail list here and learn more about the ZEV Action Plan here, as well as the ZEV Action Plan Story Map.
The full presentation is below.
At the October 15, 2020 BPAC meeting, Kerby Olsen, OakDOT Shared Mobility Coordinator, and Anh Nguyen, ADA Programs Manager, presented the findings and recommendations from the “Shared Mobility Accessibility Study”.
View the presentation below or download the full report here [46MB PDF].
This packet includes announcements relevant to the Bicyclist & Pedestrian Advisory Commission (BPAC) to disseminate information while BPAC meetings are cancelled because of Alameda County’s Shelter in Place ordinance. It includes:
- More information on the Bike Share E-Bike Expansion presentation coming to Legislative Committee April 30th, 5:30-6:30 pm.
- A message from Walk Oakland Bike Oakland about Bike to Work Day 2020
- The final draft of the BPAC Strategic Plan