Building Oakland

From SPUR:

Oakland is the Bay Area’s third largest city and supports the region’s second most transit-served downtown. In recent years, Oakland has begun major streetscape improvements and neighborhood planning efforts around the Lake Merritt BART station, International Boulevard and other areas. Come learn about the vision for Oakland’s planning and public works future, needed transportation and infrastructure investments, and how to accomplish these in the current fiscal climate. With Oakland Planning and Zoning Deputy Director Eric Angstadt and Iris Starr of the Public Works Agency.

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This week, Streetsblog California takes a look at changes occurring in Oakland, California, related to the way the city plans and implements transportation projects. Today, Ruth Miller, a local planner, former Streetsblog contributor, and a member of Transport Oakland, writes about what the formation of a Department of Transportation will mean for Oakland. Later this […]

New Planning-Savvy Advocacy Group Pushes for a People-Friendly Oakland

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A group of planning-savvy Oakland residents and workers has formed Transport Oakland to advocate for sustainable transportation and livable streets. With declining car traffic and exciting developments on the way like bike-share and bus rapid transit, the group says the growing East Bay port city could become a people-friendly mecca — given the right leadership. Transport Oakland […]

Public Hearing for Lake Merritt BART Station Area Plan

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From Transform: Link for more information: http://www2.oaklandnet.com/Government/o/PBN/OurServices/Plan… TransForm is working with local stakeholders and the City of Oakland to unlock the Lake Merritt station area’s strong potential as a new model for a transit-oriented, walkable community in the region. The Lake Merritt BART Station area currently hosts moderate density housing but has little in the […]