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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.
The city plans to create 400 new metered parking spots from West Oakland to Redwood Heights.
Maia Correia’s family and traffic safety advocates are asking the city to act fast to prevent a similar tragedy.
Two new state laws aim to make roads safer. Another bill that would have allowed riding bikes on sidewalks was vetoed.
One of Oakland’s busiest streets will be transformed from 52nd Street to Berkeley with new bike lanes, bulb-outs, and more.
Residents are calling for emergency interventions to reduce speeding and save lives.
The walkway over the busy hills freeway is structurally unsafe, says Caltrans. Locals are weighing in on replacements.
New signs were unveiled Monday morning by Mayor Sheng Thao and members of the City Council and OakDOT.
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.
Oakland is changing the way it enforces sidewalk parking and will start issuing more tickets in October.
More than 40 people gathered near Lake Merritt where Maia Correia was fatally injured in a collision while riding on the back of her father’s bike.
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
Oakland has been adding protected bicycle lanes to a few streets in recent years. But bike advocates say it’s too few, and the stakes can be life and death.
The cameras and computer system will be capable of identifying traffic violations without the assistance of a human.