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Active Transportation Plan
Phofo of Bicyclists at Plaza eLockers
Emily Alter
Community Development Analyst

10890 San Pablo Ave.
El Cerrito, CA  94530

Ph: (510) 215-4385

In 2007, the City of El Cerrito adopted its first Circulation Plan for Bicyclists and Pedestrians. The Plan was intended to help the City pursue non-motorized transportation infrastructure improvements and apply for outside funding. The Plan led to the construction of the City's first bike lanes on Carlson Blvd, the installation of bicycle lockers at the del Norte BART Station and of bicycle racks at all bus stops along San Pablo Avenue, and the construction of numerous bicycle facilities across the City since.

The City, with funding from the Transportation Development Act Article 3 Pedestrian and Bicycle Project program, is undergoing a comprehensive update to the Plan. Intended to reflect new and innovative design standards and traffic control methods, the update builds off the City's 2009 ADA Transition Plan and 2013 Climate Action Plan, and will take into account the City of Richmond's Bicycle Master Plan and the City of Albany's Active Transportation Plan. The update is being developed in coordination with the City's concurrent San Pablo Avenue Specific Plan, San Pablo Avenue Complete Streets Plan and the Urban Greening plan efforts.

Additional Information

July 23rd, 2013 - 4-Plan Vision, Opportunities and Needs Workshop

Community Workshop #1 Presentation
Community Workshop #1 Boards

October 19th, 2013 - 4-Plan Preliminary Concepts and Recommendations Workshop
Community Workshop #2 Presentation
Community Workshop #2 Posters

Background Documents

2007 Circulation Plan for Bicyclists and Pedestrians (pdf, 9.55 MB)

For more information...
For more information about the Active Transportation Plan or to receive future notifications about the Plan, please contact Emily Alter, Community Development Analyst at 510-215-4385.