- Bay Bridge Bike Shuttle & Crossing the Bay by Bike
- Caltrans District 4 Pedestrian Advisory Committee
- Caltrans District 4 Bicycle Advisory Committee
District 4 Pedestrian & Bicycle Program
The Caltrans District 4 Pedestrian and Bicycle Program performs design review on various projects within the State Highway System affecting pedestrians and bicyclists and coordinates District 4 Pedestrian and Bicycle Advisory Committee activities.
Caltrans endorses National Association of City Transportation Officials’ (NACTO) design guidelines.
Read the press release here.
Along with this endorsement, Caltrans has issued a Design Flexibility in Multimodal Design memo.
Caltrans' Particapation in Bike to Work Day
Caltrans particapated in Bike to Work Day on May 8, 2014, by hosting an energizer station near the District office on Grand Avenue. The station received 374 riders. Refreshments were handed out along with tote bags, courtesy of Bike East Bay, filled with biking resource materials.
Caltrans also had an information table at Frank Ogawa Plaza in Oakland, displaying recent projects. (Click on the below photos for additional information.)
Alpine Road Buffered Green Bike Lanes
Bay Bridge Path
Devil’s Slide Trail
Sloat Boulevard Road Diet
- Main Street, California
- Complete Intersections Guide
- Smart Mobility Framework
- California Strategic Highway Safety Plan (SHSP)
- Caltrans Temporary Pedestrian Facilities Handbook
- Complete Streets (Deputy Directive 64-R1)
- Pedestrian Accessibility Guidelines for Highway Projects (Design Information Bulletin 82-05)
- Context Sensitive Solutions
- Caltrans Traffic Operations Policy Directive 12-03 – Crosswalk Enhancements Policy
- Caltrans Traffic Operations Policy Directive 11-01 – Accommodating Bicyclists in Temporary Traffic Control (TTC) Zones
- State Active Transportation Program
- Regional Active Transportation Program
- Caltrans Transportation Planning Grants
Senior Transportation Planner
District 4 Pedestrian & Bicycle Branch Chief