At the June 3rd, 2021 BPAC Infrastructure Committee meeting, OakDOT staff Jason Patton and Jason Cook gave a presentation on the ACTC Rapid Response Projects and led a discussion to follow up on these projects.
$75k Grant with $75k Local Match ($150,000 total) for quick-build transportation improvement projects that support improvements to the Rapid Response locations, Essential Places Locations, and a curbside buffered bike lane upgrade. Deadline for completion is June 30, 2021.
More info: Alameda County Transportation Commission – COVID-19 Rapid Response Bicycle and Pedestrian Grant Program
- Hardened centerlines are a new design treatment in the toolkit. Where will this treatment be most beneficial? How should the many possible locations be prioritized?
- What are lessons learned from the vertical separation installed along the bike lanes on Embarcadero?
- Plastic is not a great building material. Under what circumstances should it be used?
- “Quick-Build” and “Community Engagement” may be incompatible goals. Under what circumstances does one take priority over the other?
The presentation and discussion notes are below.Read More