Thanks to I-880 and its complex of on and offramps, walking or bike riding through Oakland’s Chinatown, downtown, or on routes to Jack London Square and the estuary, can be pretty awful. That’s why a series of projects, some official, some grass-roots, including Walk this Way and Connect Oakland, are trying to fix some of the damage […]
From EBBC: At this meeting we will bring the draft Implementation Chapters to you for input. These chapters will include draft cost estimates for implementing the plans, revenue estimates and next steps for Alameda CTC to take to implement the plans over the coming four years. The agenda packet will be emailed out a week […]
Note: GJEL Accident Attorneys regularly sponsors coverage on Streetsblog San Francisco and Streetsblog California. Unless noted in the story, GJEL Accident Attorneys is not consulted for the content or editorial direction of the sponsored content. Joe Lamberti, who rides his daughter to Golden Oak Montessori School in Castro Valley on his cargo bike, was stark about bike and pedestrian […]
This project is being run by retrograde traffic engineers who are only concerned with increasing car throughput.
There are few places in the Bay Area where the expression “you can’t get there from here” more aptly applies. Stand at the estuary at Jack London Square, and one can see the west Alameda piers clearly, just a half-mile away. But try to get there and it turns into a two-mile-plus circuitous trek that […]
An iconic opportunity to connect Western Alameda to Jack London, Oakland and BART