Clement Avenue/Tilden Way

The Clement Avenue Extension/Tilden Way project uses the abandoned railroad right-of-way along the eastern terminus of Clement Avenue and Tilden Way to extend the Cross Alameda Trail between Broadway and the Miller-Sweeney/Fruitvale Rail Bridges.  The project also will consider ways to improve the truck and bus routes in this area.  This project connects directly to the City's Clement Avenue Complete Street project, and to the City of Oakland's planned and funded Fruitvale Avenue improvements.  In 2017, the Alameda County Transportation Commission awarded a grant to the City of Alameda for $8.4 million to implement this project. This project is funded by Measure BB, Alameda County's transportation sales tax.

Email List/Project Correspondence: To receive project updates via email, send an email to Gail Payne, Senior Transportation Coordinator, City of Alameda:  Please direct questions or concerns to Gail Payne by phone at (510) 747-6892 or by email at


  • Spring: Community outreach on the existing conditions and preliminary options being considered
  • Summer/Fall: Preliminary findings of City staff/consultant team
  • Late: Concept approval by Transportation Commission and City Council



  • Spring: Community outreach is expected on the existing conditions and preliminary options being considered for the Lincoln Avenue/Marshall Way/Pacific Avenue corridor



More to come in 2022!