The City of Berkeley is currently working on a new Pedestrian Master Plan. What is a master plan? A master plan is a comprehensive report about a particular issue that is based on data collected through needs assessments, surveys and feedback.
Caltrans District 4 has released the first-ever Bike Plan for the San Francisco Bay Area! The report provides a summary of the process that was undertaken to develop the Plan, which included gathering input from local and regional partners and stakeholders, as well as conducting public outreach efforts like an online mapping survey, focus group meetings, community workshops, and an online comment tool.
The City of Oakland is updating their Bike Plan and they want to hear from you!
Photo credit: Let's Bike Oakland
As part of their Let's Bike Oakland campaign, the City of Oakland is providing several ways for you to share feedback on how and where you bike in the City, any concerns you have, and recommendations and ideas for how to improve safety on the bike network. Here are a...
The city of Culver City is in the process of updating their Bicycle & Pedestrian Action Plan and is inviting residents and visitors to help plan for important traffic safety improvements. This is a great opportunity for you to provide ideas and feedback on how to make biking and walking safer and more enjoyable in Culver City!
MaderaCounty Transportation Commission will be hosting a roundtable meeting and workshop on Thursday, March 9 to gather input on the amendments to the 2014 Madera County Regional Transportation Plan and Sustainable Communities Stategy RTP/SCS update.
Please see the flyer below for additional information.
Roundtable Meeting & Workshop Thursday, March 9, 2017 5:30 pm to 7:30pm
Webster Elementary School 36477 Ruth Avenue Madera, CA 93636...
Caltrans is developing a Bicycle Plan for the Bay Area district to improve bicycling on and across the State-owned transportation network.
Please take a moment to complete a brief survey for the Caltrans District 4 Bicycle Plan. This survey is one of the opportunities to help shape the bicycle network in your local community and the Bay Area region. The District 4 Bicycle Plan builds on the goals and objectives being developed in the policy-level...
The City of Berkeley and its residents are updating the 2005 Bicycle Plan to help make bicycling safer and more convenient for people of all ages and skill levels. A Revised Draft of the Berkeley Bicycle Plan is now availablehttp://www.bikeberkeley.com/. If you like to be notified of public meetings, please sign up on their Engage page.
The next Public Input meeting will be on December 13th.