A redesigned Telegraph Avenue will improve safety for people walking, bicycling, and taking transit.
Give input, ask questions, and learn more at a virtual meeting about redesigning a section of Telegraph Avenue from Dwight Way to Woolsey Street.
We will share potential designs for Telegraph Avenue, which will include:
- transit improvements to make the bus more reliable
- protected bike lanes to provide a safe cycling space separate from car traffic
- pedestrian improvements to make it safer to cross the street
Come to the meeting, see what’s being proposed, and weigh in.
October 26 virtual meeting
Learn and ask questions about the concept designs for Telegraph Avenue between Dwight Way and Woolsey Street. You will have the opportunity to give input on the designs in breakout rooms.
Your attendance helps us capture a broad set of experiences.
Improving safety and public transit needs
The Telegraph Multimodal Corridor Project aims to make it safer and easier for people to use more sustainable modes of travel, such as biking or taking public transit.
This project was recommended as a high priority in the 2017 Bicycle Plan, which was created through extensive public engagement. The project also aligns with the City's Transit-First Policy, as Telegraph is a major corridor for AC Transit.