Mayor Gilmore and City Council members, I’m writing with concerns about the Prioritized Transportation Project list being presented at the City Council meeting on Tuesday night The list’s methodology is opaque, and the listed projects themselves are unknown and have…
Tonight the Planning Board will hold a public hearing on scoping for a possible EIR on the proposed reconfiguration of the City’s golf courses and land swap. Because of the Brown Act, it’s important to remember what this meeting is…
The City Council is set to approve the city’s new Transportation Master Plan. A new RAND study finds that Transportion Demand Management and Transit are as effective in reducing congestion as adding more capacity.
As the discussion about the state Density Bonus law heats up, maybe we should be careful what some people wish for.
Peter Calthorpe on Sustainability at Alameda Point.
Apparently while houses in Northern California create traffic, therefore we should only build commercial properties, in Southern California, commercial development brings traffic.
The Planning Board will hold a workshop today to discuss form-based zoning codes. An idea who’s time has come!
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.
A hearing on the Transportation Master Plan will be held Monday, (8/25) at City Hall.
Monday night, the Planning Board is talking Alameda Towne Centre Traffic. 2 out of 3 traffic experts agree.