Presentations on the Ped/Bike Plan

In July, the Piedmont Recreation and Park Commissions (in a joint meeting on July 2) and the Planning Commission (on July 14) heard presentations on recent progress in the planning process for the City’s Pedestrian and Bicycle Master Plan (PBMP).

The purpose of the hearings was for City staff and its project consultant to present and receive feedback on the “implementation strategy” for the plan—namely the prioritization, funding and phasing of projects and other improvements that will make up the plan. The implementation strategy is an interim step in the planning process; based on feedback at the hearings, the list of high-priority projects (and other aspects of the strategy) will be refined and presented more broadly to the public as part of the draft Pedestrian and Bicycle Master Plan, beginning in August.

The prioritization of projects will be based in large part on feedback received from Piedmonters and other stakeholders on ideas presented to the community in recent months. An important opportunity for feedback was through an online survey that ran for four weeks in February and March and received more than 260 responses. For a summary of the survey results, as well as the full list of comments received through the survey, click here.

The slideshow presentation presented at these two meetings can be viewed here.

For more information about the PBMP, contact Kate Black at or at (510) 420-3063. If you would like to stay up to date on the development of the plan, contact Janet Chang at or at (510) 420-3094 to be added to the email list for the project.

Get involved—these are your streets and sidewalks. Your voice is important!

The PBMP is being funded entirely through a grant from the Alameda County Transportation Commission (CTC; and through the City’s existing funds for pedestrian and bicycle improvements (pass-through Measure B funds), also distributed by the Alameda CTC.