At its Oct. 4 meeting, City Council approved the final concept of the Grand Street Resurfacing and Safety Improvement Project. The final concept was approved with a 3-0 vote — Councilmember John Knox White and Vice Mayor Malia Vella left the meeting by the time of the final vote.
On Tuesday, June 21, the City Council voted 3-2 to move forward with the staff recommended version of the Grand Street Pavement Resurfacing and Safety Improvement plan with certain amendments to the presented concept.
City Council will vote on the possible adoption of the Grand Street Pavement Resurfacing and Safety Improvement plan at its June 21 meeting.
The proposed project’s goals are to improve the safety conditions on the 0.7-mile segment of Grand Street between Encinal Avenue and Otis Drive.
After months of deliberation, the Alameda City Council approved the updated design and allocation of design and construction funds for the Grand Street Safety Improvement Project, an uninterrupted two-way bikeway stretching along Grand Street from Shoreline Drive to Clement Avenue.
At its Nov. 1 meeting, the City Council voted, 3-2, in favor of the staff recommended Grand Street Resurfacing and Safety Improvement Project.