SPUR: Fruitvale BART Walking Tour

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The Fruitvale BART neighborhood represents Oakland’s effort to concentrate transit investments around commercial and housing development, and the city’s comprehensive strategy has produced a successfully bustling and vibrant community along Fruitvale Avenue. Join Maurilio León, executive vice president of the Unity Council, for a walking tour of the Fruitvale community, and learn how this area of Oakland serves as an anchor to organic cultural diversity and represents an example of the urban principles that foster positive activity for the neighborhood.

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