The City of Albany was awarded $130,000 from the Alameda County Transportation Commission (ACTC) for the development of the City's first Pedestrian Master Plan and the Update to the City Bicycle Master Plan.
The consulting firm of Fehr and Peers developed the plan, the process lasted approximately 15 months. The plan, known as the Albany Active Transportation Plan or ATP was approved in April 2012.
The Albany ATP and Initial Study Mitigated Negative Declaration was adopted in April 2012 and amended on November 17, 2014. This amendment includes the addition of Spokane Avenue as a bicycle boulevard and a goal that supports implementation of separated bicycle facilities on San Pablo Avenue.
- Albany Active Transportation Plan Part 1
- Albany Active Transportation Plan Part 2
- Albany Active Transportation Plan Appendices
- Albany Developer Guide
- Initial Study Mitigated Negative Declaration-Approved
In 2015, the City of Albany finalized the Plans, Specifications, and Estimates for the installation of the 14 Striping and Signage Bicycle Projects proposed in the ATP. Please click here to see the plans. The bicycle striping and signage projects have been implemented in coordination with the Street Pavement Rehabilitation Program in 2016 and will continue to be implemented in 2018. Measure B funds have been identified for the installation of these signage and striping projects.
In December 2015, the City was awarded a grant from the Technical Assistance Program of the Alameda County Transportation Commission (Alameda CTC) for community outreach and for development of conceptual plans for bicycle facilities along Kains Avenue and Adams Avenue. The Kains and Adams bike facilities would provide an alternative to installing bike facilities along San Pablo Avenue. Alameda CTC funds this program through the voter-approved sales tax for transportation purposes, Measure B and Vehicle Registration Fee (VRF) funds. The City started this project in the spring of 2017.