At the August 18, 2022 BPAC meeting, Julieth Ortiz, OakDOT Transportation Planner, shared an overview of the crash data-driven HSIP grant program and the current proposals to request funds to implement HSIP-eligible countermeasures that focus on intersection safety for pedestrians and bicyclists. The applications are due September 12th. Following the overview of the grant program, Dean Hsiao, OakDOT Supervising Transportation Engineer, shared an overview of pedestrian signals and leading pedestrian intervals (LPIs).
HSIP Cycle 11 Applications
Safe Oakland Streets Leading Pedestrian Interval (LPI) Timing
Safe Oakland Streets Major Bike and Pedestrian Crossings
The plans propose installing high-visibility crosswalks, pedestrian refuge islands, advance yield markings, and rectangular rapid flashing beacons (RRFB) at multiple intersections on Foothill Blvd and on MacArthur Blvd.
Notes from the meeting and preliminary conceptual plans are below.
At the September 17, 2020 BPAC meeting, OakDOT Staff Teresa Peterson and Charlie Ream presented the one systemic project and two corridor specific projects selected for HSIP Cycle 10 grant applications and solicit feedback on the project design. They requested letters of support from BPAC for each of the projects.
The three proposed projects that OakDOT will submit to HSIP are:
14th Street (Mandela Parkway to Adeline Street)
98th Avenue (Edes Avenue to MacArthur Boulevard)
Systemic application – 2-lane unsignalized intersections with pedestrian collisions
At the August 20, 2020 BPAC meeting, OakDOT Planning & Project Development Manager Emily Ehlers will review upcoming Active Transportation Program (ATP), Sustainable Transportation Equity Project (STEP), and Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) grant candidates and request letters of support.
At the June 18, 2020 BPAC meeting, Craig Raphael, Senior Transportation Planner in the Capital Finance Section, will provide an update on upcoming competitive grant opportunities, including potential OakDOT project applications and the status of past grant awards.
Projects Currently Being Considered for ATP Cycle 5: