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Jim Pierson

Public Works Director (Retired)

City of Fremont

Direct Phone: (510) ***-****direct phone

Email: j***@***.gov

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City of Fremont

Background Information

Employment History

Director of Planning and Development

Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority


Affiliations

Colorado Wastewater Utility Council

Board Member


Education

Bachelor of Science degree

Civil Engineering

University of California , Davis


Web References(39 Total References)


Colorado Wastewater Utility Council

cwwuc.org [cached]

Jim Pierson
719.784.6336, Ext. 14 jim.pierson@fremontsanitation.com


www.cwwuc.org

Jim Pierson
719.784.6336, Ext. 14 jim.pierson@fremontsanitation.com


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www.lwvfnuc.org [cached]

Jim Pierson
Public Works Director jpierson@fremont.gov


www.insidebayarea.com

"This is definitely a good idea as the Bay Area becomes more urban," said Jim Pierson, the head of the transportation department in Fremont, where free right turns have been or will be removed at a half-dozen locations.


Making Streets Complete

www.bayareamonitor.org [cached]

For example, city officials in Fremont are applying for $6.3 million in OBAG funding to help cover the cost of key infrastructure for the development of their downtown, said Jim Pierson, public works director.
It's a nearly $15 million project that would extend Capital Avenue, now a dead-end, to Fremont Boulevard, effectively making it a two-lane street with a landscaped median, wide sidewalks, bike lanes, and street parking. The end result would create a pedestrian-friendly environment that offers better access to retail shopping, residential areas, and connections to a nearby BART station, Pierson said. "It's not just about the car anymore," Pierson said.


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