The Adeline Street at Ashby BART project will reconfigure Adeline Street and create a public plaza on the west side of Adeline Street all the way between Ashby Avenue and Martin Luther King Jr. Way.
The Adeline at Ashby BART project presents an opportunity to transform a street that is currently challenging for pedestrians and people riding bikes, and lacking in usable public space, into a safe and welcoming street.
The project builds on the Adeline Corridor Specific Plan effort and responds to a City Council referral to analyze the potential for a redesign of part of Adeline Street in order to increase safety for pedestrians, cyclists, and people living with disabilities, while also meeting the needs of public transit and emergency vehicles. The study is evaluating a “road diet” that reduces the width of Adeline Street adjacent to the Ashby BART station from the current four traffic lanes to two lanes.
The study will develop and evaluate conceptual design options that work toward achieving project goals and priorities, including accommodating the Berkeley Flea Market.
Project Meeting Schedule
October 3, 2022: Community Meeting
October 20, 2022: Transportation & Infrastructure Commission Meeting
November 2022: City Council consideration and potential adoption of design concept
Adeline at Ashby BART Community Meeting
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