Your ideas and opinions are needed! If you’d like to help improve transit in West Berkeley, Emeryville, and West Oakland, consider taking a brief online questionnaire and/or attending a community workshop.
The Emeryville- Berkeley- Oakland Transit Study (EBOTS) will explore future visions and improvements for transit in the study area that covers portions of the three cities. The study, paid for by a Federal Transit Administration Transit Planning Grant through Caltrans, is a collaborative effort between the cities of Berkeley, Emeryville and Oakland, and AC Transit, Amtrak/ Capitol Corridor, BART, Berkeley Gateway Shuttle and Emery-Go-Round.
Please visit these links to take the online questionnaire in English or in Spanish:
or Spanish: es.surveymonkey.com/s/EBOTS_Sp...
Help shape the future of transit in our area by attending one of these interactive community workshops. Your input is important!
Thursday, November 7, 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
West Oakland Senior Center, 1724 Adeline St., Oakland
Saturday, November 9, 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
James Kenney Community Center, 1720 8th St., Berkeley
Tuesday, November 12, 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Emery Unified School District, 1275 61st St., Emeryville
For more information about EBOTS, please visit: www.emeryville.org/ebots . The attached flyer can also be printed out and posted, or forwarded electronically.
Example in San Mateo www.youtube.com/watch?v=bSJacp...
Article about a successful operation in DC greatergreaterwashington.org/p...
I feel like there is a combination of poor driver education at time of licensing, car-centric road design and motorists being able to act with complete impunity
Considering the stats it seems like more could be done to make the streets safer for pedestrians.
"Pedestrian deaths made up more than a quarter of traffic fatalities over the past decade in the two major metropolitan areas in the Bay Area..."
Do you think staging such stings could help bring this number down?
Majority of motorists not charged, keep licenses when found or suspected to be at fault