Starting in 2025, the city will also expand sidewalks on MLK Jr. Way to make it easier to cross the street.
Oakland could get permission to create greater visibility at intersections, helping pedestrians, bicyclists, and drivers see each other and avoid collisions.
The transit system will run on a new schedule starting Sept. 11 with the goal of decreasing wait times for riders but fares will soon increase.
E-bikes could provide greater access and are already in use in many places. But some are worried about their impact on other trail users.
“Highsidin’” grew out of the nonprofit Gamehead’s work to bring racial and economic diversity to game development
A running list of new restaurants opening in Berkeley, Oakland and beyond.
With rumors of a new potentially restrictive policy on addressing queer and trans students at school, students are feeling concern and stress ahead of the upcoming school year.
Other events include the ‘Text Me: Exploring Typography’ exhibit and a fundraiser in Fruitvale for a local street vendor.
The Fruitvale Alive! project features raised bikeways, a first for Oakland.
A Civil liberties group says outlawing spectators is unconstitutional, but the sheriff and other officials say it’s necessary to clamp down on reckless driving.
Nearly 30,000 fans attended the A’s game on Tuesday night to express their anger over the club’s planned move to Las Vegas, filling the stadium with chants of “Sell the team!”
Cityside’s vice president of client partnerships was honored for devising and implementing several notable and creative new revenue-generating initiatives.
Concerns have lingered since the Loma Prieta quake in 1989. Now, a long-awaited $7.4 million retrofit will shore up the historic Oakland hills span.
There’s no cost to call and explain your circumstances to the intake clerk. Ideally, gather your thoughts and some documents first.
We’re looking for an experienced, creative editor to run Nosh, our highly regarded, hugely popular East Bay food platform.
The Diocese, which oversees Catholic churches and institutions in Alameda and Contra Costa counties, faces hundreds of lawsuits alleging sexual abuse by clergy.
OakDOT’s budget takes a slight cut, but investments in traffic safety programs grow.
For the next two years, the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative will help us bring a science-driven approach to our reporting on one of Oakland’s serious public health issues.
Bike and pedestrian activists want the council to increase spending on road infrastructure by $20 million, taking this funding out of the police budget.
The city roughly accomplished its 3-year street repair goals. But there is still so much left to fix.