Plan Timeline & Engagement Activities

Plan Start: January 2020
Anticipated Plan Finish: December 2022

Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Committee

The Alameda County Transportation Commission (Alameda CTC) Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee (BPAC) involves interested community members in Alameda CTC’s policy, planning, and implementation efforts related to bicycling and walking. The Alameda CTC BPAC includes representatives from cities in Alameda County, including Castro Valley, Dublin, Fremont, San Leandro, Berkeley, Hayward, Oakland, Albany, and Alameda and serves as Dublin’s advisory body as Dublin does not currently have a local BPAC.

Pop-Up Tabling Events & Community Meetings

  • Mar 9 2021: Chamber of Commerce Board Meeting
  • May 27 2021: Farmer’s Market Pop-up
  • May 29 2021: Alamo Creek Trailhead
  • Mar 12 2022: St. Patrick’s Day Pop-Up

Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) Meetings

A Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) comprised of staff from City of Dublin, City of Pleasanton, City of Livermore, AC Transit, LAVTA, BART, Dublin Unified School District, Dublin Police Department, Dublin Fire Department, and Caltrans was engaged at key milestones to provide ongoing input on technical analysis and deliverables.

  • Mar 4 2020: TAC #1
  • Sept 15 2020: TAC #2
  • June 3 2021: TAC #3
  • Mar 14 2022: TAC #4

Project Website (Spring 2020 – Summer 2022)

The project website can be accessed at The website provides information about the plan, including the project timeline, engagement activities, and summaries of technical analyses, along with an interactive map that allows respondents to provide geographic input on key issues and opportunity locations for biking and walking throughout Dublin. Since going live in March 2020, the website received about 1,500 visits and almost 300 unique comments were posted on the map.

Online Workshop (Sep 2 2020)

A virtual public workshop was held on September 2, 2020 from 6-7pm. There were approximately 45 members of the public in attendance. The meeting included a presentation, live polls, and a question-and-answer period. The meeting was recorded and is available online here.

Public Survey (May-July 2021)

A public survey was used to collect information from the public about their personal transportation preferences, travel habits, and issues and opportunities related to walking and biking in Dublin. The 17-question survey received almost 200 responses on questions covering travel behavior and mode preference, travel to school, challenges and barriers to access and mobility, and priorities for investments related to walking and biking.

Next Steps

  • September 19th at 7:00 PM: Park’s and Community Services
  • December 2022: Commission and Council Meetings and Plan Adoption

Sept 2022 Timeline graphic


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