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Transportation Division
1947 Center Street 4th Floor, Berkeley, CA 94704
TEL: (510) 981-7010, TDD: (510) 981-6903, FAX: (510) 981-7060
Office Hours: Open Monday through Friday, 8:30am-4:30pm. Last appointment sign-in at 4:00pm., Email:


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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.

Hopkins Corridor Traffic and Placemaking Study - Our Workshop Presentation #3 has been uploaded to the website! Staff will be taking your comments on materials from this presentation until December 1st, 2021. In addition to email, phone, or mail comment, we encourage folks to utilize our Social Pinpoint comment tool, which provides an overall proposed visual layout of the various near-term and long-term options, a survey on placemaking items, as well as a comment tool that can be dropped as a “pin” on site specific locations. Click on a feature on the Social Pinpoint map to learn more about a specific item or location. We will still be taking traditional email/mail comment, but if anyone has any questions, please reach out to the staff contacts listed below. We very much look forward to receiving your feedback!   [more...]

Berkeley Vision Zero Program - Vision Zero Annual Report (2020-2021), approved April 2021 by the Berkeley City Council
Vision Zero Action Plan, approved March 2020 by the Berkeley City Council  [more...]

New Rates Take Effect at goBerkeley On-Street Meters and Center Street Garage February 1, 2020 - On February 1, 2020, the City of Berkeley will adjust goBerkeley parking pricing and time limits to improve parking availability in the Downtown Berkeley, Southside/Telegraph, and the Euclid/Hearst commercial areas.  [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 was completed in December 2021, with the exception of traffic signal phasing work at the University Avenue intersection which is expected to be complete in spring 2022. [more...]

New signal to ease crossing for bicyclists, pedestrians - A new style of traffic signal in Southeast Berkeley will soon allow pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Ashby Avenue with the push of a button or, on bike, simply rolling up to the crosswalk line. [more...]

Shared Mobility - Shared Electric Micromobility [more...]

Center Street Parking Garage Reconstruction Project - The City of Berkeley's new Center Street Parking Garage, located in Downtown Berkeley between Milvia Street and Shattuck Avenue, opened November 2, 2018.  [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...]

Berkeley Strategic Transportation (BeST) Plan -   BeST Plan logoerkeley Strategic Transportation Plan [more...]

Berkeley Complete Streets Policy   -  On December 11, 2012, Berkeley City Council adopted a Complete Streets Policy (Resolution 65,978-N.S.) to guide future street design and repair activities. “Complete Streets” describes a comprehensive, integrated transportation network with infrastructure and design that allows safe and convenient travel along and across streets for all users, including pedestrians, bicyclists, persons with disabilities, motorists, movers of commercial goods, users and operators of public transportation, emergency vehicles, seniors, children, youth, and families. [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...]

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Transportation Division, 1947 Center Street 4th Floor, Berkeley, CA 94704
Questions or comments? Email: Phone: (510) 981-7010
(510) 981-CITY/2489 or 311 from any landline in Berkeley
TTY: (510) 981-6903