Oakland's Department of Transportation has won over $30 million worth of state transportation grants to fund protected bike lanes and other improvements on 7th Street in West Oakland and neighborhood improvements to local streets in East Oakland.
This week, join the SF Transit Riders Union’s general meeting, show your support at a workshop on the Fell and Oak bikeways, and celebrate winter parties in SF and the East Bay. Here are the highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Monday: SF Transit Riders Union Member Meeting. Join the SFTRU at its general meeting where members will […]
Here are this week’s highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Monday/tonight! Oakland Scooter Town Hall. Make your voice heard as OakDOT develops new rules and regulations. Learn how to safely operate a scooter, hear what scooter companies are doing to address concerns. Monday/tonight! Oct. 22, 5-7 p.m., 1 Frank H Ogawa Plaza, Council Chambers, Oakland. Monday/tonight! Bicycle Advisory Committee. The committee meets monthly to […]
How does a new Department of Transportation fix these streets and fight disparities in the communities they run through?
From EBBC: Two exciting projects on are the agenda of the Oakland BPAC and boy we can’t wait to see them: 14th Street Bikeway Downtown Oakland Intersection of 52nd St and Shattuck Ave in north Oakland Come find out more about these two super-important and popular bikeways that are long over due and ready to […]
Robert Bennett of Resource Development Associates, a consultant for public and nonprofit social justice advocates, was walking his dog in the crossing at Harrison Street and 23rd on Friday, June 2, when he was fatally struck by a motorist. And now, too late, construction is underway to improve this crossing. The crosswalk was a known […]