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Metropolitan Transportation Commission Awards City Grants for Alameda Point

The City of Alameda announced this week that it has secured two Metropolitan Transportation Commission grants, totaling $400,000, for planning new development for Alameda Point.

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Alameda Transportation Commission Denies Citizen’s All-Way Stop Petition

Residents have been asking the City of Alameda for an all-way stop at Robert Davey Jr. Drive and Channing Way.

By Erica Madison

“From an engineering perspective there’s not much we can do,” Matthew Naclerio said in a recent Alameda Transportation Commission meeting.

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Alameda Paratransit Shuttle is Open to the Public

By Erica Madison

Soon Alameda’s Paratransit Shuttle service will be free to use for all Alameda residents.

The paratransit program started in 2009 and is funded through Measure D. The shuttle was originally designed to provide transportation for seniors 55 and older. The shuttle travels from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm from Tuesday to Thursday. [...]

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Approval of $7.7 Billion Transportation Tax Measure Delayed by Alameda City Council

By Erica Madison

Alameda County Transportation Commission presented their thirty year one-cent tax proposal to Alameda City Council on Tuesday March 20, 2012, but Alameda City Councilmember Lena Tam pushed to delay the council’s decision, citing “a lack of education” as the reason.

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Alameda City Council Denies Alameda County’s Estuary Drawbridges Request

By Erica Madison

Dear Alameda waterfront homeowners, if you happen to need medical attention between 4:30pm and 9:00am please call 4 hours ahead of your emergency.

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Alameda City Council is Disappointed with Public Works Solutions

By Erica Madison

At a joint City Council and Alameda Reuse and Redevelopment Authority meeting on Jan 6, 2009, Public Works staff, presented partial solutions to the $74 million traffic problem.

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Alameda City Council Upset about I-880 Improvement Plans

By Erica Madison

“Why don’t we have a resolution,” asked Mayor Beverly Johnson.

After hearing from Public Works and Alameda County Congestion Management Agency on Jan 6, 2009, City Council was disappointed with each sides’ solution to the I-880 improvement proposal.

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I-880 Plans to Relieve Traffic Congestion in Alameda Revealed pt.2

By Erica Madison

At a joint City Council and Alameda Reuse and Redevelopment Authority meeting, ACCMA revealed the city’s $74 million plan to help improve congestion on 29th Ave.

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Public Works Gives 11 Reasons for Why I-880 Improvements Plans Increase Alameda’s Traffic Problems

Erica Madison

At a joint City Council and Alameda Reuse and Redevelopment Authority meeting on Jan 6, 2009, Public Works staff, warned council against approving $74 million I-880 improvement plan.

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Alameda County Congestion Management Agency Reveals Plans for $74 million I-880 Improvement Project.

By Erica Madison

At a joint City Council and Alameda Reuse and Redevelopment Authority meeting on Jan. 6, 2009, ACCMA revealed the agency’s $74 million plan to help improve congestion on 23rd Ave.

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