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Call to Action: Next Step to Save the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge Bike Lane

There are six lanes on the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge. Drivers still want all of them. The fight to reserve one for people not in cars continues.

May 23, 2024

Alameda Installing Unprotected Bike Lanes on Park and Webster

How many Tess Rothsteins and Maia Correias have to die in dooring crashes before Bay Area cities stop accepting door-side lanes as an acceptable solution under any circumstances?

May 23, 2024

Advocate Writes Perfect Response to Chron’s Vision Zero ‘What about the Seniors!’ Article

Fran Taylor, a senior, responds to Chron article lamenting the discomfort of older drivers

May 21, 2024

Free Transit Transfers and Clipper II Rollout Delayed Indefinitely

The Bay Area was supposed to modernize fare collection this summer, with free transfers, direct payment, and more. But all that's now on hold

May 20, 2024

Mayor Breed Promises Protected Bike Lanes for Street in Front of City Hall

"Even if some supervisors have to give up their parking spaces," she said at a "Bike to Wherever Day" event

May 16, 2024

Midweek Call to Action: Stop More Freeway Widening, Stop Cuts to Bike/Walk Projects

The Oakland Alameda "Access" Project, the Gilman Interchange, the Yolo Causeway—why is there always money for car infrastructure, but the pittance allotted to bike and walk projects is the first to get cut?

May 15, 2024

Eyes on the Street: New Gilman/I-80 Overpass is Open

Welcome to West Berkeley's newest and sweetest connection to the shoreline and the Bay Trail

May 14, 2024

Little ‘Radical’ Cyclists Invade Oakland

Some Oakland motorists may have been slightly delayed Saturday by hordes of children having fun biking around Lake Merritt

May 13, 2024

West Portal Committee Members Named

The committee is comprised mostly of the same merchants who have prevented Muni and safety improvements all along

May 10, 2024