Proposed I-880 Improvements Between 23rd Avenue and 29th Avenue, to be completed in 2015, promises to be pretty disruptive to drivers traveling North on I-88o.
Yet another group has popped up around the Point, that makes 2. Honestly, do Action Alameda, SOC!A, Citizens for a Better Alameda, Keep Measure A Committee expect us not to realize that the contacts for these groups are all the same people? Heck, Gretchen Lipow is listed as a key person for three of them!
Last Tuesday’s council meeting was a wonder to behold, and not because of the OSH issue. Alameda’s historic preservation community (and others) need’s to reassess their tactics after they showed up en masse to keep a Fernside homeowner from completing a renovation that her neighbors completely support.
The new school year begins and Crossing Guards are not where they used to be.
The Central Avenue bike network finally works the way it should. Light detectors at High Street.
At the Fernside Traffic Calming meeting, the results are in….do almost nothing.
The city is looking at Traffic Calming Fernside Boulevard between Encinal and High, but are the current plans heade where the neighborhood wants them to go?
How did the Island High project end up where it is? And is this the way we want to be going?
The City’s Engineer responds regarding the duplication of work on the Bicycle Lanes on Fernside.
Is the city wasting money and duplicating work on Fernside Boulevard? The short and long answer is no.