Downtown developers, including the University of California, and patrons of the bike station itself should be funding this facility. The overtaxed Berkeley taxpayer should be a last resort, not the piggy bank of first resort.
Berkeley Bike Station Contract Extended — For Now
(That goes double for any city subsidy of automobile parking facilities, although I'm not aware of any specific subsidies of that nature.)
Tuesday, October 14, 2014
Sunday, November 18, 2012
Video highlights from Berkeley Transportation Commission meeting 11/15/12: Caldecott/Hwy 13 Mitigation Projects Update. (8-1/2 minutes)
Friday, November 16, 2012
Caldecott/Hwy 13 Mitigation Projects Update; Berkeley Transportation Action Plan (BTAP) Update; Measure B Funding Status Update (3 hour, 38 minute stereo recording, 200MB). Listen.
Friday, September 21, 2012
Caldecott Fourth Bore Mitigation Projects, Slide Presentation, update; Traffic Calming Policy; Parking Sign Clarity; Transportation Commission Work Plan 2012 (3 hour, 9 minute stereo recording, 173MB). Listen.
Monday, June 20, 2011
Joint Workshop with Public Works Commission on Right of Way Modernization and Better Streets Program; Electric Vehicle Charging; Update on West Street Path Project. (3 hours, 55 minute stereo recording, 432MB). Listen.
Friday, August 27, 2010
Caldecott 4th Bore Settlement Fund Projects; Transportation Demand Management Subcommittee (40:04 stereo recording, 73MB) Listen.
Joint Meeting with West Berkeley Project Area Committee: West Berkeley Transportation Services Fee Nexus Study; West Berkeley Parking and TDM (2:04:48 stereo recording, 228MB) Listen.