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The Alameda: A Plan for The Beautiful Way Project Caltrans Community Based Transportation Grant

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Project Background
The Redevelopment Agency, City of San Jose and The Alameda community were awarded a $250,000 Caltrans Community-Based Transportation Planning Grant for The Alameda corridor, an area covering approximately 1.5 miles between Diridon Station and Interstate Route 880.

The Alameda: A Plan for “The Beautiful Way”, is a vision designed to reinvigorate a commercial center, encourage multi-modal transportation, serve residents of surrounding neighborhoods, transit users, and business owners; contribute to a more livable and cohesive community; and foster economic and residential development.

Plan Cover The Alameda: A Plan for "The Beautiful Way"

Final Report (18MB pdf file)


Community Participation Meetings
Date/Location Meeting Materials
April 7, 2010

Presentation of the Plan Report  
January 28, 2010   Presentaton
(large 5MB pdf file)
November 16, 2009 Vision Workshop Presentaton
(large 5MB pdf file)

Notes
September 30, 2009 Orientation & Discussion of Issues Presentation (large 11MB pdf file)

Documents:
The Alameda Neighborhood Business District - Survey Results
The Alameda Caltrans Community Based Transportation Grant (pdf file)

Attachment A (pdf file)

The Alameda Steering Committee (TASC)
The Alameda Steering Committee was formed to represent various residential neighborhoods, business organizations, and non-profits in the area such as College Park, Shasta Hanchett Park, etc. The group will oversee the entire project to assure that the community's input--vital to this project--is incorporated into the final plan.
Residents Businesses Non-Profits
Elizabeth Monley
Bob Sippel
Marc Morris
Lisa Ruder
Larry Clark, Creditcorp
Dan Cochran c/o DCP
Chet Lockwood
Joseph Piazza
Betty Slater

Questions or Comments
For more information on this project, contact Eva Klinger (408) 795-1857 or email eva.klinger@sanjoseca.gov

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