Supporters of a safer Central Avenue packed City Hall on Wednesday night to let the City Council know that they want members to say yes to common-sense safety improvements to Central Avenue that include extended bike lanes, a bikeway serving two West End schools and more and more visible crosswalks. Council members felt they were unable to extend the meeting past 11 p.m., so they continued their discussion and decision to a new meeting on Monday night. Continue reading “CENTRAL AVENUE UPDATE – COUNCIL MEETS MONDAY”
Tonight’s the night! Tell the Alameda City Council you want a safer Central Avenue at their meeting tonight, which starts at 7 p.m. at City Hall, 2263 Santa Clara Avenue. Don’t forget to wear your biking brights! If you don’t want to speak, you can still attend – your presence alone will show the council that you want them to make Central a safer place for people who walk and bike. See you there! Continue reading “Central Avenue City Council meeting tonight!”
In a little over a week, Alameda’s City Council will consider approval of a conceptual plan to make Central Avenue safer for people who walk and bike. Bike Walk Alameda needs your help to ensure this plan gains council approval. Continue reading “Central Avenue: Down to the Wire!”
Join Bike Walk Alameda in speaking out for a safer Central Avenue on Wednesday, February 24! That’s the night City Council will decide whether to make a list of improvements that will make Central safer for people who walk and bike.
Supporters sporting biking brights can join us at Linguini’s for complimentary all you can eat pizza and a soda before the meeting. Then we’ll head to City Hall to let the council know we want a safer Central!
Pre-meeting pizza 6:00-6:45 Linguini’s Pizza & Brew, 1506 Park Street. Families wearing safety neon can enjoy free dinner at Linguini’s before heading to City Hall.
City Council meeting begins at 7 p.m. 3rd floor, City Hall 2263 Santa Clara Avenue.
Have you ever wanted to help promote a walking and bike friendly Alameda? Tuesday, February 9 is your chance! On that date, we are hosting a map stuffing work party. We’re eager to get our new maps out into the community, but need to add our membership insert prior to distribution.
We’re looking for 10 to 15 volunteers to help with this one-time volunteer job. It’s an easy and fast way to give back to Bike Walk Alameda. You’ll be joining a community of like-minded BWA supporters for a few hours of map stuffing. We look forward to seeing you on Tuesday, February 9 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m at Chamber of Commerce office – 2215-A South Shore Center (behind the Trader Joe’s).