Posted on 10. Jul, 2014 by admin.
**reprinted from the July 2014 Rockridge News In the weeks since the May 29 community meeting hosted by the city of Oakland to present planned improvements to Broadway between Broadway Terrace and Ocean View Drive (see June 2014 issue of The Rockridge News for a report of the meeting), staff and their consultants have transcribed […]
*reprinted from the May 2014 Rockridge News The latest plans for pedestrian crossing, bikeway, lane configuration and related improvements on Broadway between College Avenue and Ocean View Drive will be presented by city staff Thursday, May 29, beginning at 7 p.m. at the Rockridge Branch Library community meeting room on the second floor. Following review […]
**reprinted from May 2014 Rockridge News As a result of recent project updates, the city has released a revised project list for the Caldecott Settlement Agreement The updates include: Nearly complete construction plans for the first seven Caldecott agreement-funded projects Elimination of two soundwall studies from the project list (see The Rockridge News, April 2014, […]
Posted on 04. Apr, 2014 by admin.
City of Berkeley Transportation staff held a community meeting on Wednesday, March 19, to discuss and take comments on the Pedestrian Hybrid Beacon proposed for installation at the Ashby/Hillegass intersection. The presentation document is available online (http://www.ci.berkeley.ca.us/uploadedFiles/Public_Works/Level_3_-_Transportation/HandoutAshbyHillegass_2014-03-19.pdf); Project Manager Geoff Rubendall <firstname.lastname@example.org> is accepting public comments until April 30, 2014 at 5:00 PM. Transportation Division […]
The city of Oakland’s year-long petition process to determine the expenditure of $1.4 million of Caldecott Settlement Agreement funds has come to a close, and the results indicate there is not sufficient support to continue with the studies. The process was developed to ensure that studying two soundwall segments along State Route 24 between Broadway […]
Posted on 07. Jan, 2014 by admin.
City of Oakland staff and their consultants are finished sifting through over 100 written comments received during the six-week-long public comment period and dozens more received at public meetings in October and November. Staff and consultants will present a summary of these comments and how they will influence the Caldecott-funded projects at the RCPC Town Hall meeting on Thursday, January 16, 2014. The revised list AND meeting presentation may be found here.