Community advocates say the changes aren’t enough to prevent reckless driving on International Boulevard.
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.
Starting in 2025, the city will also expand sidewalks on MLK Jr. Way to make it easier to cross the street.
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.
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 city described its efforts to stop traffic violence in a sweeping report this week.
While partygoers dance under its octagonal dome, the hedge fund that owns the once-prized property is silent about its future.
From East to West Oakland and Fruitvale in between, city engineers and construction workers are hard at work.
City staff are negotiating with an advertising firm to plant as many as 50 “8-foot-tall iPhones” on sidewalks.
Oakland seeks millions in state funds for new paths and protective boulders on one of our most dangerous streets.
Five business districts will be selected to see reduced speeds in 2022, based on crash data and equity considerations.
Oakland’s pandemic-era program to reduce vehicle traffic in residential neighborhoods will likely end soon. But not everyone thinks it should.
Over the next 8 months, we’ll be taking a deep dive into why our streets are so dangerous and what can be done about it.