Welcome to the Transportation Division at the City of Berkeley, CA. We are part of the Department of Public Works.
The Transportation Division of the Public Works Department oversees citywide transportation planning, traffic engineering, parking, bicycle and pedestrian planning, and alternative transportation programs. In partnership with neighborhood organizations, community groups, and local business associations, our office develops short and long range policy recommendations and directs program implementation to support a safe, efficient transportation environment in Berkeley.
Center Street Garage New Years Eve Hours - This message is to advise that the Center Street Garage will have extended hours on Wednesday, December 31, 2014 and will close at 2:00am instead of 12 midnight. The garage will, however, be closed on New Year’s Day (January 1, 2015) and re-open at 5:15 am on Friday January 2, 2015. [more...]
Public Announcement: New 15 MPH School Zones - Beginning in March 2014 the City of Berkeley will be installing 15 mph speed limit signs on the residential streets surrounding the schools shown in the list below. Installation will start in March 2014 from the preschools, and move on to the elementary schools. The installation will be performed one school at a time and is anticipated to be completed before the end of the school year. [more...]
City receives major grant funding for transportation improvements - - In 2013, the Transportation Division submitted grant proposals for $12,717,000 for three projects: [more...]
Free Parking at City Garages for Registered Disabled Parking Placards and License Plates. - Register your Disabled Parking placard or license plate to streamline your parking experience at City-Owned Parking Garages. [more...]
Highway 13 Corridor Improvements Project - The Highway 13 Corridor Improvements Project, funded by the Caldecott Fourth Bore Settlement with Caltrans, includes implementing transportation improvements along the Highway 13 Corridor (Ashby Avenue and Tunnel Road). For project background, click here. A map of project improvement locations can be found here. [more...]
Berkeley Complete Streets Policy - [more...]
Improving Mobility on the I-80 Corridor - [more...]
I-80 / Gilman Interchange In Berkeley, CA - Sponsor: Alameda County Congestion Management Agency
Primary Stakeholders: California Department of Transportation and City of Berkeley [more...]