Two lives lost in fatal crashes so far in 2023
The City of Alameda’s Rapid Response After Fatal Crashes Program, an iterative program under development, installs quick-build infrastructure updates at the sites of fatal crashes. “Quick-build” means the improvements generally avoid concrete work and rely on striping, bollards, etc. Infrastructure changes respond to general conditions observed at the site, not necessarily what played a role in the collision. The program began in 2023, and the City is working to develop a Rapid Response Quick-Build Toolkit to enable a faster turnaround in the future.
Public Works Department