Oakland is changing the way it enforces sidewalk parking and will start issuing more tickets in October.
The city has set a goal of adopting a “universal design” ordinance to build apartments and houses that work for a wider range of residents.
55th Street and Martin Luther King Jr. Way is missing accessible pedestrian signals and digital signs that let people know how much time they have left to cross.
People who rely on the lift haven’t been able to easily access the 2nd floor for 3 months. Global supply chain issues and the cost of repairs are to blame.
Stephen Beard, a Bay Area real estate agent who helps clients find accessible housing, shares reflections and resources.