Community advocates say the changes aren’t enough to prevent reckless driving on International Boulevard.
The latest road redesign shows where the “parallel bikeways” splitting off San Pablo Avenue in North Oakland will go.
Three options are on the table, each with different trade-offs in terms of new expanded routes, more frequent buses, or a combination of both.
State transportation planners want feedback about transforming the freeway that sliced downtown and West Oakland apart.
Residents are calling for emergency interventions to reduce speeding and save lives.
The East Bay bus agency plans to eliminate its at-large board seats and create a new ward map. Residents can give input at upcoming meetings.
The cameras and computer system will be capable of identifying traffic violations without the assistance of a human.
The agency will convert its two at-large seats to district elections, redrawing ward boundaries in time for the 2024 election.
Neighbors say rapid bus lanes on International Boulevard have made the road “deadly by design.”
East Bay transit advocates warned of a “death spiral” for bus and train operators if Gov. Newsom didn’t adjust funds in the state budget.
The governor’s draft budget would have contributed to the “death” of Bay Area transit. A vote today offers new hope—but it’s not a slam dunk.
Advocates are pleading with Gov. Gavin Newsom to find a few extra billion in the state budget for buses and trains.
While partygoers dance under its octagonal dome, the hedge fund that owns the once-prized property is silent about its future.
Transit candidates shared their platforms at a forum focused on issues relevant to seniors and people with disabilities. Here’s what they said.
Busted streets and the city’s dangerous traffic can take an enormous toll on transit workers.
Since 1963 the Oakland-based transit agency has run the ‘Candy Cane Express’ and other holiday-themed buses to bring season’s greetings and free fares to riders.