Meggs Professional Report, a multifaceted work sample assessing the potential to convert on-street parking to a sidewalk and bikeway is here: click to download (3 MB). (The project is on its way to implementation as a result of that study.)
Meggs helped organize and contributed to a new graduate class on Pedestrian & Bicycle Planning at UC Berkeley (CP 298, Spring 2008), and teaches such classes at the University of Bologna. Meggs is a member of an an ad hoc group of such instructors.
Meggs organized and taught a Beginner Bicyclist Survival Class for all ages at the Berkeley YMCA.
Meggs was a dedicated participant involved with the creation of numerous bicycle and related plans including:
Meggs co-founded the Bike the Bridge! Coalition where he led numerous campaigns, including the successful campaign for a Bay Bridge bicycle path 1997-1998/2010, an extended campaign for Richmond-San Rafael Bridge access 1996-2009, and more.
Meggs spearheaded the creation of the highly successful Berkeley Bike Station, which he later managed for a year, greatly improving operations and expanding services. Meggs was a leader in the successful ten-year campaign to expand and daylight the Station so it could finally fulfill its mission to the public, and be a true Bicycle Support Center. Meggs also conducted original air quality research to better understand why workers complained of health problems while working in the BART concourse.
Meggs initiated and named the BaAtT Cave Bicycle Library in North Oakland, which served kids of all ages for eight years (1995-2003). Meggs initiated two other bicycle libraries and served as a volunteer mechanic and coordinator for all three. Relatedly Meggs cheered, helped develop and named the Bike Republic, a collective household for women bicycle activists.
Meggs co-founded the Bicycle Civil Liberties Union, leading campaigns over a ten-year period, to address the endemic and institutional, deadly inequities which discriminate against bicycling, walking, and the use of wheelchairs.
Meggs created Bicycle Liberation Radio, a three-hour pirate radio show on bicycle culture, politics and perspectives, which ran every Friday night for six years, 1995-2001, on Free Radio Berkeley 104.1 FM (later on Berkeley Liberation Radio). The show included bicycle music, news, interviews, reports from the field, and many studio guests. Radio theater was a regular attraction, with sound effects, character role playing and improv, and "call-in chaos." The Renegade Bicycle Typo-thon, celebrating manual typewriters, often contributed fantastical news stories to the clickety-clack-ching-riiiiip of the faux teletype. A "Best Of" compilation is in the works, with an intention to post old episodes to the web.