A Regional Urban Design Forum
Wednesday, November 9, 2016
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While the vibrant West Alameda/Oakland corridor contains many key destinations, bicyclists and pedestrians have few and unattractive options to cross the Oakland Estuary: the narrow Posey Tube walkway, or the circuitous Park Street Bridge. In response, advocates at Bike Walk Alameda have proposed a movable bike / pedestrian bridge as the most practical, convenient, safe and enjoyable design. “Bridge the Gap” campaign supporters include bicycle advocacy groups and community leaders from both sides of the Estuary, who point to project benefits such as congestion reduction, health and recreation, access for underserved populations and increased economic activity.
About the Presenter:
Lucy Gigli began her bicycle advocacy career with the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition in 1992. In 1999, she co-founded BikeAlameda. She is currently the president of Bike Walk Alameda, and coordinates all advocacy. Lucy is also on the Alameda County Transportation Improvement Authority’s (ACTIA) Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee (BPAC).