Vision Zero Update: April 27 & 28 Lincoln/Marshall/Pacific Workshops

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Mark your calendars for a series of upcoming meetings and surveys where you can give input on street safety projects in Alameda -- 11 in total! This update contains the following:

4/19: Annual Report on Transportation at Council

The City Council continued the Annual Report on Transportation from the April 5 meeting to April 19. This report includes updates on all transportation-related activities in Alameda, including priorities for 2022. Please consider joining to share your thoughts. Read the agenda here.

4/27 & 4/28: Lincoln/Marshall/Pacific Workshops + Survey

Next week the City will host the first two public meetings about the Lincoln/Marshall/Pacific Improvement Project, which will create design concepts for this high injury corridor all the way from the East End to Alameda Point.

Map showing Lincoln/Marshall/Pacific corridor from Broadway to Main

5/4: Grand Street Workshop and New Survey

From the December 2021 community workshop and survey for the Grand Street Pavement Resurfacing and Safety Improvement Project, we received strong feedback asking for protected bike lanes throughout the project area instead of only near Wood Middle School. At this second workshop, you’ll get a chance to share your thoughts on a new design concept that makes this possible.

5/12: Willie Stargell Community Workshop and Survey

The proposed Willie Stargell Avenue Complete Street project will construct improvements between Main and Fifth Streets, including separate walking and bicycling paths in the vacant right-of-way north of the roadway, plus intersection safety and access improvements at the crossings. The City is seeking grant funding for this project and we want to hear about your needs. (The survey was first released in August 2020; if you’ve already taken it, no need to do so again.)

Photo of Stargell Ave showing a swath of brown grass next to the roadway and no sidewalk

5/18 & 5/19: Clement/Tilden Community Workshops

The Clement Avenue Extension/Tilden Way project uses the abandoned railroad right-of-way along the eastern terminus of Clement Avenue and Tilden Way to extend the Cross Alameda Trail between Broadway and the Miller-Sweeney (Fruitvale) Bridge. It also includes improvements at the Tilden/Blanding/Fernside and Broadway/Tilden intersections. Join us at our first community event, and watch for a survey coming in May!

Clement/Tildent project area aerial

This Summer: Caltrans Construction of Encinal Safety Improvements

Caltrans is making preparations to begin construction on Encinal from Broadway to Sherman this summer! Crews will resurface the pavement, reconfigure the street for safety, and add crossing improvements. More information is here (look at the Encinal section). Caltrans has also already begun construction on flashing beacons and crosswalk striping improvements at six intersections along CA Hwy 61.

Rendering of a street with two traffic lanes, a center turn lane, class II bike lanes, and a high visibility crosswalks with flashing beacons

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