A bike and pedestrian moveable bridge faces significant challenges, but as you read through the following FAQs, you will see that many can be addressed. A bike and pedestrian moveable bridge is very possible, people really want it, and it’s certainly worth studying further. Read on. Continue reading “Estuary Crossing: Frequently Asked Questions”
The city has installed pedestrian warning lights in two locations. The warning lights are at the intersections of Pacific Avenue and Fourth Street (above) and at Park Street and San Antonio Avenue.
In May, the Alameda Peeps Facebook page took up the cause of safe streets for all by launching the Slow Down in Town campaign. Campaign co-founder Heather Little offers a quick explainer on the campaign.
Continue reading “Peeps Urge Motorists to Slow Down in Town”
We believe the City of Alameda and the City of Oakland should create real biking and walking options that exist between West Alameda and Oakland. A bicycle and pedestrian bridge is the only option that would provide 24×7, convenient, enjoyable and reliable access for everyone.
The City of Alameda wants to learn more about how Alamedans travel. Tell them you want safer streets and a better estuary crossing for biking and walking between West Alameda and Oakland. Continue reading “Transportation Survey – Tell the City of Alameda you Want Safer Streets!”