Questions of accessibility and gentrification surround the new project
Lolomanaia Soakai was struck by a man fleeing OPD officers who were allegedly conducting an unpermitted high-speed chase.
Local transportation advocates say reporting potholes to the city is a good way to ensure they’re fixed. But staffing and resource limits do delay needed work.
We spoke to their loved ones and examined public records to understand what happened to them.
Climate and weather experts explain the “bomb cyclone’s” behavior, its link to global warming, and how all this rain relates to the ongoing drought.
Authorities and driving experts say storm conditions will be dangerous. The city and county are working on keeping roads open.
The Oaklandside’s Jose Fermoso talks about the big stories in road safety and transportation in 2022.
Masking is an effective way to prevent the spread of COVID and other respiratory viruses.
A dedicated bike and pedestrian trail connecting Oakland and San Francisco has been in the works for over a decade.
Oakland’s masking requirement in libraries and other city buildings ended Nov. 28, but health officials say COVID and other dangerous respiratory illnesses are spiking again.
We spoke with a Roots player and two of the soccer teams’ leaders about their thoughts on the games in Qatar.
Slowing traffic and more bike lanes is running up against another safety goal: fighting fires.
Campbell showed bicyclists how to organize to make streets safer for everyone. And he made advocacy fun.
The city is reducing speeds on major streets to increase safety and prevent deadly car collisions.
Cheering on the USA, Mexico, Senegal, or South Korea? Here’s some gathering spots in Oakland and Berkeley for international soccer’s greatest competition.
If early results hold, supporters say OUSD schools will maintain key funding and the city will have millions more to build affordable housing and infrastructure.
Residents say lengthy delays in USPS service have slowed the delivery of medicine, financial records, and voting materials.
We interviewed the candidates and examined their records to learn how they might invest in more equitable transportation systems.
Residents now organizing for safer streets echo similar calls made in the past by the Black Panthers, disability rights activists, and East Oakland Latinos.
A resident-led ‘rapid response’ group has been following tragic collisions with street protests, building solidarity with impacted communities.