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Downtown Berkeley BART Plaza and Transit Area Improvement Project  - The Downtown Berkeley BART Plaza and Transit Area Improvement Project will serve a signature place-making function for the Downtown Area and improve access for an influx of new residents and employees.  BART is currently in the process of selecting a contractor and expects to break ground in Summer 2016. [more...]

Hearst Complete Streets Project -
The Hearst Complete Streets Project will improve safety and access for pedestrians, bicyclists, bus riders, and motorists on Hearst Avenue from Shattuck Avenue to La Loma Avenue/Gayley Road. The Project is one of three major capital projects in Downtown Berkeley funded by a 2013 grant from the Alameda County Transportation Commission. The Project’s construction budget is approximately $4.3 million, which includes about $2.2 million in federal grants from the Metropolitan Transportation Commission’s One Bay Area Grant program, and local matching funds from UC Berkeley and the City. Construction is anticipated to occur from Fall 2016 through Spring 2017. The specific goals of the Project are to: [more...]

Shattuck Reconfiguration and Pedestrian Safety Project - The Shattuck Reconfiguration and Pedestrian Safety Project will repair and reconfigure Shattuck Avenue from Allston Way three blocks north through the Shattuck/University intersection. The project proposes to reconfigure the west (southbound) leg of Shattuck into a two-way street, eliminating the “dog leg” movement for northbound traffic at the Shattuck/University intersection, while the east (northbound) leg of Shattuck would remain a one-way street intended for local traffic, buses and shuttles, with angled parking to off-set the loss of parking on the west leg of Shattuck. [more...]

I-80 / Gilman Interchange In Berkeley, CA - The project proposes to improve vehicle, pedestrian, and bicycle operations at the Interstate 80 (I-80) / Gilman Street interchange in northwest Berkeley.  The existing intersection controls, roadway geometry, and the high volumes of local and regional traffic on Gilman Street result in poor traffic operation and non-motorized access at and near the interchange. The proposed interchange project seeks to: [more...]

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