A ‘paving screwup’ likely caused a serious crash that damaged a man’s spine.
Fixing dangerous roads involves lots of engineering and infrastructure lingo. Here’s a guide to understanding it.
New DVP Chief Dr. Holly Joshi is a nationally-recognized expert who worked for over a decade for the Oakland Police Department.
Scientists are predicting this year could see more rain than the last.
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.
The “Five After Five” program at the Franklin Plaza Parking Garage aims to boost nightlife and improve public safety.
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.
Despite the Bay Area’s vast diversity and the frequency of natural disasters, Alameda and Solano counties only send out alerts in English, leaving more than 1 in 10 residents at risk of missing possibly life-saving information.
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.
31 letter carriers have been physically assaulted in the East Bay this year.
Riders can use “Not One More Girl” cards to get help and help others facing harassment on transit.
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.
Organizers said over 200 businesses were participating in Tuesday’s action, though some merchants and leaders of Oakland business districts said they were not aware of it.
New signs were unveiled Monday morning by Mayor Sheng Thao and members of the City Council and OakDOT.
Residents of the E. 12th homeless community say lack of shelter leaves them vulnerable to crime on the streets.
In its first full session since July, the council discussed 911, security cameras, walking officers, and more. But nothing will happen quickly.