Join us to learn about and discuss concepts for how the space on San Pablo Avenue could be used differently in the future. We will show what can fit within the existing roadway and seek your input on the trade-offs between different types of improvements.
San Pablo Avenue connects thousands of people each day. It is the heart of a critical travel corridor, serving transit riders, pedestrians, bicyclists and those who drive as they access businesses, services, community activities and their homes. Neighborhoods along the corridor are experiencing a lot of growth, which is expected to continue into the future. The San Pablo Avenue Corridor Project seeks to develop a long-term vision and near-term improvements for San Pablo Avenue to improve mobility, efficiency and safety for current and future users while supporting a strong local economy and communities. This multi-year effort spans from Downtown Oakland in the south through the City of San Pablo in the north. The project is currently at the early conceptual design stage.
Wednesday, April 24, 2019
6:30 - 8:00 p.m.
(Presentation will begin at 6:45 p.m.)
Emeryville Center of Community Life
Building C Multi-Purpose Room
4727 San Pablo Avenue, Emeryville
PLEASE COMPLETE THE WEBSITE SURVEY. For more information about the project, visit Alameda County Transprotation Commission’s website.