tabber2Overview The City has funding to develop a concept of potential improvements for Clement Avenue between Grand Street and Broadway. Potential Bikeway: This one-mile segment of Clement Avenue between Grand Street and Broadway was identified in the Cross Alameda Trail Feasibility Study as a short-term alternative to the San Francisco Bay Trail shoreline path, as the current uses of the adjacent shoreline properties are not expected to change in the foreseeable future. This bikeway will provide a direct, commuter-oriented route linking central Alameda to the east end and beyond to downtown Oakland and the Fruitvale BART station. Truck/Bus Route: The City also has identified Clement Avenue as a truck route and a potential bus transit corridor. Railroad Tracks: The abandoned railroad tracks in the street also will be considered for removal as part of this Northern Waterfront priority development area project. Please direct questions or concerns to Gail Payne, Transportation Coordinator, by phone at 510-747-7948 or by email at email@example.com. This complete street corridor concept plan is funded by the Alameda County Transportation Commission and Measure B - Alameda County's transportation sales tax. Details Clement Avenue is 48 feet wide with two motor vehicle travel lanes and on-street parking. Improvement concepts along this corridor will be developed with community input. The concept plan goals include to:Remove the abandoned railroad tracks.Encourage bicycling, walking and transit use.Improve the truck access.Improve the streetscape.Improve public access to the San Francisco Bay.Connect homes, jobs, schools and services.Encourage Northern Waterfront development. Maps Clement Avenue Complete Street Concept Plan Area Map Schedule 2005July: City Council approved the Cross Alameda Trail Feasibility Study, which includes the Clement Avenue corridor.2009January: City Council approved the Transportation Element of the General Plan policy that directs staff to "Pursue opportunities to utilize the corridor of the former Alameda Belt Line railroad for transit, bicycle and pedestrian transportation."2010March: City acquired the former railroad property - Alameda Beltline.November: City prioritized the project as a high-priority project in the City's Bicycle Master Plan Update.2012October: Alameda County Transportation Commission (Alameda CTC) included the project in the Countywide Bicycle and Pedestrian Plans as part of the Bicycle Vision Network.2013May: City applied for a federal grant that included the planning, design and construction of the Clement Avenue complete street.August: United States Dept. of Transportation notified City that the grant application was not successful.September: City staff submitted a Sustainable Communities Technical Assistance Program (SC-TAP) grant to the Alameda CTC to fund the outreach and concept for the corridor.2014January: Alameda CTC selected the outreach/concept study for funding totaling $125,000.April: City applied for a federal grant that included the design and construction of the Clement Avenue complete street.May: Finalized funding agreement between Alameda CTC and the City of Alameda for the outreach/concept study.September: Selected Kittelson & Associates, Inc. as consultant for the outreach/concept study.November: Project kick-offDecember: Focus groups with community members2015January: Focus groups with community membersJanuary 21 (Wed.): Community workshop #1 (Main Library, Stafford Room, 6:30 p.m.)March 2 (Mon.): Community workshop #2 (Main Library, Stafford Room, 6:30 p.m.)April 29 (Wed.): Community workshop #3 (Main Library, Stafford Room, 6:30 p.m.)May 27 (Wed.): Transportation Commission requested to approve draft concept.