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Re-Grouping on the Beltline
The City is very close to winning the Belt Line case, has committed funds for the purchase of the land, and has proposed the formation of a community task force to drive the process forward.
The Alameda Open Space Group, while waiting on the lawsuit (See California Appellate Courts, Alameda Belt Line v. City of Alameda, Case No. A099429, District 1, Division 5) to be settled, is working with Rails to Trails on a "Cross Alameda Trail." Rails to Trails
The City of Alameda has compiled a draft of the Cross Alameda Trail Feasibility Study and has posted it on the City's web site. The proposed Cross Alameda Trail would connect Alameda Point with the Miller-Sweeney (Fruitvale) Bridge, a distance of about 3.5 miles. This project has the potential to link together major destinations and redevelopment areas along Alameda's northern shore, and would complete a significant link in the Bay Trail. »» More »»
Visit www.ci.alameda.ca.us/publicworks/crossalameda.html for more information on the Citys progress.
Visit http://www.railtrails.org/CA/crossalamedatrail.asp to download surveys, see photos and maps, and get more information on the trail project.
Download the brochure now in .pdf format.
Call or e-mail Guadalupe Bumatay, RTC, (415) 397-2220, email@example.com.
Walk the Rail Yard
Contact Debra Arbuckle of Alameda to learn how the proposed trial integrates with other planned Northern Waterfront development: