Oakland Settlement

City Responds to Broadway Road Diet Concerns Raised at April Meeting

Saturday, May 7, 2016

On Monday, April 18, Oakland city staff and consultants held an open house to present and receive comments on the Broadway Road Diet, Rockridge Safe Routes to Transit project and upcoming Rockridge Bay Area Bike Share stations. Although the two roadway projects have been presented at multiple community meetings in the past, about 50 people came to the open house, some to voice concerns, others to find out when the projects will be constructed.

City Responds to Community Questions and Comments About Planned Broadway Changes

Thursday, July 10, 2014

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 and to over 70 comments and questions conveyed at and since the meeting.

A summary of this information is available at www.fourthbore.org.

City Releases Updated Caldecott Project List

Wednesday, May 7, 2014

As a result of recent project updates, the city has released a revised project list for the Caldecott Settlement Agreement included later in this article. The updates include:

City Solicits Comments on Newest Caldecott List

Wednesday, December 11, 2013

As reported in the October 2013 issue of The Rockridge News, Oakland staff and consultants are well into designing many of the highest-ranking projects on the Caldecott Settlement project list. As detailed design of construction plans has unfolded, cost estimates have grown from the initial costs used to develop the list, in some cases significantly. The result is that fewer projects on the list will be funded than originally anticipated.

Broadway "Road Diet" and Crossing Improvements Set for Community Meeting November 18

Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Proposed designs for the Upper Broadway "road diet" and related intersection improvements funded with Caldecott Settlement Agreement funds are the topics of a community meeting to be hosted Monday, November 18 by Councilmember Dan Kalb"s office. The meeting, scheduled for 7 to 8:30 p.m., will be held at College Preparatory School, 6100 Broadway at Brookside Avenue. The meeting room is on the far right-hand side of the parking lot, facing the gym. Plans for the project area on Broadway between Broadway Terrace and Keith Avenue include:

Announcement of Meeting to Discuss Current Status of Caldecott Projects

Tuesday, October 8, 2013

You're invited to attend a community meeting on Oct. 17 to discuss projects in the North Hills, Rockridge, and Temescal areas made possible by Oakland's Caldecott Settlement Agreement with Caltrans. The text of the announcement is posted below; a copy of the pdf is available here. See the accompanying article on project costs coming in over budget.

Caldecott Settlement Project Costs Coming in Over Budget

Sunday, October 6, 2013

City of Oakland staff and their consultants are well along designing many of the highest ranking projects on the Caldecott Settlement project list.

Unfortunately, as the detailed design of construction plans has unfolded, corresponding cost estimates have grown from the initial costs used to develop the list, in some cases significantly.

City Transportation Open House for Three Rockridge Projects: Upper Broadway Bike Lanes, Safe Routes to Transit, Bikeshare

Event Time: 
Monday, April 18, 2016 - 7:00pm - 8:30pm
Location: 
College Avenue Presbyterian Church, 5951 College Avenue

The planned design of two Caldecott Settlement Agreement projects will be presented by Oakland staff and consultants at an open house meeting set for Monday, April 18, 7-8:30 p.m. at the College Avenue Presbyterian Church, 5951 College Avenue at Harwood. Motivate, operator of Bay Area Bike Share, will also be at the meeting to discuss upcoming plans for new bike share stations throughout the Rockridge district, as part of a larger East Bay expansion (to learn more visit www.bayareabikeshare.com/expansion).

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