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Bicycle and Pedestrian Projects

 

The following bicycle and pedestrian projects are funded through the Alameda County Transportation Commission Measure B funding:  

Arroyo Mocho Trail Paving -

This project will install asphalt paving on the Arroyo Mocho Trail from Santa Rita Road to the eastern City Limit at El Charro Road.  The project includes test segments of two trail surface materials for the Arroyo Mocho Trail west of Santa Rita Road.  This project was approved by the Pleasanton Bicycle, Pedestrian, and Trails Committee on September 24, 2012 and approved by the Pleasanton City Council on November 27, 2012.  Preliminary design has been completed.  Project award and construction is expected in 2014.

 

Valley Avenue Trail Relocation -

This project relocated a trail segment that has been affected by erosion of the banks of the waterway.  The Valley Avenue bicycle and pedestrian trail between Sunol Boulevard and the Alameda County Transportation Corridor has been relocated from the south side of the channel to the north side of the channel.  This projects was approved by the Pleasanton Bicycle, Pedestrian, and Trails Committee on September 24, 2012 and approved by the Pleasanton City Council on November 27, 2012.  Project construction was completed in August 2013.

 

Foothill Road at Interstate 580 Pedestrian and Bicycle Improvements -

This project will realign the ramps at Foothill Road at I-580 to provide improved access and safety for bicyclists and pedestrians.  Project construction began in October 2013 and has an estimated duration of 1 year.

 

 

The following bicycle and pedestrian project was funded through the Caltrans Bicycle Transportation Account and Measure B funding:  


Hopyard Road Bicycle Lanes -

This project provides bicycle lanes on Hopyard Road from Owens Drive to Black Avenue.  Measure B funds provided matching funds for a grant received from the Caltrans Bicycle Transportation Account.  Project completed in October 2012.

 

 

For further information about the Alameda County Transportation Commission click here.

 

 

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