November 23, 2021
The Mecartney Road/Island Drive Improvement Project aims to improve safety at this busy Bay Farm intersection. The City is considering four options: 1) a roundabout, 2) a reduced footprint all-way stop, 3) “do nothing”, or 4) a traffic signal, as shown in this presentation. Based on an analysis of the intersection and data on these configurations, the safest options are the roundabout and the reduced footprint all-way stop. We invite you to participate!
Join the virtual community workshop
Join City staff and consultants for a virtual community workshop on Wednesday, December 1, 2021, at 6:30 pm.
WHERE? Via Zoom: Register for the workshop
WHEN? Wednesday, December 1, 6:30 pm
A recording of the workshop will be shared on the project webpage after the event.
Take the online survey
Learn more about the project and participate in an online survey to share your input.
Subscribe to the email list
To receive Mecartney/Island Improvement Project updates via email, please send an email to Gail Payne, City of Alameda, at email@example.com.
To learn more about the Mecartney/Island Improvement Project, please visit www.alamedaca.gov/MecartneyIsland.
This planning effort is funded by Measures B and BB transportation sales tax dollars, which are administered by the Alameda County Transportation Commission.
Preliminary Alternatives Recommended for Further Evaluation: Roundabout and Reduced Footprint All‐way Stop