Documents & Actions
- Existing pedestrian network map(PDF, 3MB)
- Existing bicycle network map(PDF, 2MB)
- Planned bicycle facilities list(PDF, 53KB)
- Collision map 2009-2018(PDF, 2MB)
- Active Transportation Plan schedule(PDF, 402KB)
- Bicycle facility types(PDF, 2MB)
- Walking facility types(PDF, 2MB)
- Active Transportation Plan outreach postcard: English(PDF, 41KB), Chinese(PDF, 82KB), Spanish(PDF, 44KB)
- "Tell us what you think" input form(PDF, 287KB)
- Three words input exercise: English(PDF, 14KB), Chinese(PDF, 37KB), Spanish(PDF, 15KB)
- "My best idea for making streets safer" input exercise: English(PDF, 34KB), Chinese(PDF, 35KB), Spanish(PDF, 34KB)
ACTIONS TO DATE
ADOPTED PLANS AND POLICIES
What is Vision Zero?
On November 5, 2019, the Alameda City Council unanimously adopted its Vision Zero policy. Vision Zero is a nationwide effort that recognizes that traffic deaths and severe injuries are preventable and that cities should work towards a goal of zero deaths and severe injuries. It addresses all collisions, whether people are traveling by car, truck, motorcycle, bike or foot. The City of Alameda will develop a Vision Zero Action Plan. The Active Transportation Plan will be developed with its Vision Zero goals at the forefront. For more information, see the City's Vision Zero web page.
What about the Climate Action and Resiliency Plan?
In September 2019, the City Council adopted the Climate Action and Resiliency Plan, which sets ambitious goals to reduce greenhouse gases in Alameda. Very soon 70% of emissions will come from transportation sources, so the Plan assumes that, by 2030, all transportation projects in the City’s Transportation Choices Plan will be constructed, plus an additional 10+ miles of bikeways. The Active Transportation Plan will incorporate these goals and projects.
Existing City Pedestrian and Bicycle Plans
These can be found under Key Documents on the City’s Transportation Planning web page.
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