April 2024 Bicyclist & Pedestrian Advisory Commission (BPAC) Meeting

This meeting of the Bicyclist and Pedestrian Advisory Commission (BPAC) will be held on April 18, 2024 at 6:00pm

The agenda for this meeting will be posted virtually to this webpage and physically inside City Hall once available.

How to Participate in this Public Meeting:

  • Enter City Hall at the entrance on 14th Street.
  • After receiving a security check, proceed to the stairs farthest from the 14th Street entrance, on the left.
  • Hearing Room 4 is located on the 2nd floor of City Hall on the side of the building farthest from 14th Street. There will be a sign-in sheet and paper agenda packets for participants.

People may be able to observe this meeting remotely. City of Oakland staff to the Commission are striving to provide the following options for people to observe BPAC meetings remotely.

  • To view the meeting by video, click on the link in the agenda to download Zoom and open the meeting on a computer or smart phone at the noticed meeting time.
  • To listen to the meeting by phone, dial the numbers in the agenda at the noticed meeting time.

Remote participation including public comment via teleconferencing is not available at this time. Hybrid meetings may commence once the City of Oakland has established meeting procedures and allocated resources for simultaneously supporting in-person and remote participation. All Commission meetings will include procedures to comply with the open meeting requirements of the City’s Sunshine Ordinance and the State’s Brown Act.

Public Survey on Return to In-Person Meetings: A survey has been created to gather feedback from the public regarding board and commission meetings in the City of Oakland: https://us.openforms.com/Form/d98a20d5-72e7-4d23-8fc3-be13f6cd32bb.



  1. ATP Applications: Franklin St and 73rd Ave

    OakDOT staff will present on the two Active Transportation Program (ATP) grant applications planned for submittal for this cycle due June 2024 and request letters of support.

    • 73rd Avenue Active Routes to Transit – Manuel Corona and Jane Mei from OakDOT’s Planning and Project Development Team will present on the design alternatives proposed. In addition, they will provide an overview of the outreach and engagement conducted to date and finalizing the design to move forward in developing this year’s ATP grant application. See https://www.oaklandca.gov/projects/73rd-avenue-active-routes-to-transit and the attached plans for more details.
    • Franklin St Complete Streets – Colin Piethe from OakDOT’s Planning and Project Development Team provide an update on the Franklin Street Complete Streets Project, which will repurpose one lane of vehicle traffic to install a two-way separated bike lane on Franklin Street between 11th Street and 22nd Street/Broadway, extended down 22nd Street to connect to Telegraph Avenue. See https://www.oaklandca.gov/projects/franklin-complete-streets-project and the attached draft presentation for more details.
  2. Community Initiated Traffic Calming Project Pilot

    OakDOT staff will discuss the proposed Resolution 90051, City Council’s proposal for a three-year pilot program permitting community-led traffic safety projects on City streets. City Council District 3 staff and Transport Oakland members will attend to answer questions.

Accessibility and interpretation requests

Contact us to request disability-related accommodations, American Sign Language (ASL), Mandarin, Spanish or another language interpreter at least five (5) business days before the event.

All meetings held in-person are wheelchair accessible. Please refrain from wearing scented products as a courtesy to attendees with chemical sensitivities.

To make a request contact bikeped@oaklandca.gov

Date and Time

Thursday, April 18, 2024
6:00pm to 8:00pm


Bicycle and Pedestrian Program

Posted: February 20, 2024 12:00am

Last Updated: April 11, 2024 3:25pm

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