10 mayors, 17,000 people, and 600 pancakes: the San Francisco East Bay celebrates Bike to Work Day 2012.
Oakland stripes its 18th mile of bikeways for 2011, celebrating its busiest and bike-friendliest year to date.
Oakland’s official Bike to Work Day after-party kicked into high gear in Old Oakland last night. Over 600 people converged to dance, eat, drink, mingle, and just take in the atmosphere from the middle of the street. “We saw people of all ages out enjoying bicycle carnival rides, great local food, and the company of […]
Bike to Work Day is underway in Alameda County, and this year’s riders already broke last year’s record by 12.3 percent. The Cities of Emeryville and Berkeley saw the largest increases, with 15 and 14 percent increases respectively. At one point, a quarter of street traffic at Sproul Plaza in the heart of Downtown Berkeley […]
As early as this September, Oakland residents won’t have to look west with parklet envy anymore.
The U.S. Department of Transportation announced $600 million dollars in TIGER II grants today and the only project in Northern California to make the cut was the East Bay Regional Park District’s proposal to fill in seven key gaps on the 200-mile bicycle and pedestrian trail system that runs across Alameda and Contra Costa counties. […]