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Dwight Way/California Street Intersection Project -

Dwight Way/California Street Intersection Project  

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Hopkins Corridor Traffic and Placemaking Study - Based on community feedback from our second workshop that was held in March, we anticipate bringing revised alternatives back to the community for consideration at another public workshop this September. Details will be posted here and distributed widely as we get closer to the date. Engineering design is scheduled to begin in mid-2022 in preparation for roadway repaving in summer 2023. Thank you all for your thoughtful feedback and participation. Please see details below.     [more...]

 Ninth Street Bicycle Boulevard Pathway Extension Phase II -

The Ninth Street Bicycle Boulevard Pathway Extension (Phase II) is a proposed Class 1 bike and pedestrian pathway connectingBerkeley’s Ninth Street Bicycle Boulevard to the Emeryville Greenway. A Class 1 bike path is a paved right-of-way completely separated from streets. Supported by the City’s Bicycle Master Plan, adopted by Council in April 2017, the Project will close the last gap in this important north-south urban bicycle corridor, which serves many biking and walking trips by residents, employees, and retail customers in the Project’s immediate vicinity.  Construction began in March 2020 and is anticipated to be complete in fall 2020.9th St Pic

Artist’s rendering of Ninth Street Bicycle Boulevard Pathway Extension Phase II

Credit: Alta Planning + Design

Phase I, completed in 2012, created a 0.1-mile, two-block section of Class 1 pathway from Murray Street to the Emeryville Greenway. Bicycle and pedestrian access from the Phase I pathway to the Ninth Street Bicycle Boulevard, is currently provided by a temporary Class 3 bicycle route on another section of Ninth Street that is separate from the main Ninth Street Bicycle Boulevard. A Class 3 bike route is a street designated for bicycle travel and shared with motor vehicles. This temporary route was constructed along Ninth Street between Anthony Street and Murray Street and on private property belonging to Berkeley Bowl West through a temporary easement, which was part of the provisions in their development agreement with the City. This Class 3 facility does not provide adequate bicycle and pedestrian access because it requires a longer, non-linear route and requires bicyclists to share a relatively narrow and congested road with motor vehicles.

Phase II completes the pathway connection between West Berkeley and Emeryville by providing a safer, more direct, and continuous off-street route and intersection crossing, as opposed to the current temporary route. Phase II will construct the last two sections of new shared-use pathway on City-owned property; one section from the end of Ninth Street just south of the intersection with Heinz Avenue to Ashby Avenue, and the other section between Ashby Avenue and Murray Street. Phase II will also construct signal and intersection improvements near the intersection of Ninth Street and Ashby Avenue, where the pathway will cross Ashby Avenue.9th St Map [more...]

SOUTHSIDE COMPLETE STREETS PROJECT - [more...]

Berkeley Vision Zero Program -   [more...]

Sacramento Complete Streets Project – Virginia to Addison - The purpose of the Sacramento Complete Streets Improvements Project is to improve pedestrian and bicyclist safety at the following intersections of Sacramento Street:  Virginia Street, Delaware Street, University Avenue, and Addison Street.  Construction of the Project began in July 2020 and is anticipated to be complete in spring 2021. [more...]

Downtown Berkeley BART Plaza and Transit Area Improvement Project  - The Downtown Berkeley BART Plaza and Transit Area Improvement Project will revitalize the Downtown core’s most important public space and improve access for over 17,000 students, residents and employees who travel to or from the Downtown core via transit every weekday, as well as others who pass through the Plaza.  The project is currently under construction and is anticipated to be completed in Fall 2018. The Project is one of three major projects in Downtown Berkeley funded by a 2013 grant from the Alameda County Transportation Commission. [more...]

MILVIA STREET BIKEWAY IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT - Project Status [more...]

I-80 / Gilman Interchange In Berkeley, CA - For current information on the project status and upcoming public hearing scheduled for January 15,2019 please click here. [more...]

Hearst Complete Streets Project - The Hearst Complete Streets Project will improve safety and access for pedestrians, bicyclists, bus riders, and motorists on Hearst Avenue from Shattuck Avenue to La Loma Avenue/Gayley Road. The Project is one of three major capital projects in Downtown Berkeley funded by a 2013 grant from the Alameda County Transportation Commission. The Project’s construction budget is approximately $4.3 million, which includes about $2.2 million in federal grants from the Metropolitan Transportation Commission’s One Bay Area Grant program, and local matching funds from UC Berkeley and the City. Construction is anticipated to occur from Fall 2016 through Fall 2017. The specific goals of the Project are to: [more...]

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