Recent Streetsblog SF posts about Oakland

Today’s Headlines

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BART Approves Fare Hikes (SFExaminer, EastBayTimes, SFChron) Can City Convince Public Transbay Terminal is Safe? (SFChron) S.F. Property Owners Maintain Streets City Rejects (SFChron) Oakland to Put Traffic Light on Foothill/26th (EastBayTimes) Unofficial Signs on Muni (Hoodline) Huge Street Tree Topples on Sutter Street (SFChron) Agreement Reached on Housing Bond (SFExaminer) Huge New Silicon Valley Mixed […]
The Scraper Bike Team in front of a mural in Fruitvale. Scraper is one of many local groups helping guide new bike infrastructure in Oakland. Photo: OakDOT

SPUR Talk: Equity, Outreach, and the Oakland Bike Plan

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In East Oakland, it’s all but impossible to separate bicycle infrastructure from fears of gentrification and displacement. So when it comes to bike lanes “I still have questions about who it is for?” admitted Phoenix Mangrum of Cycles of Change, a bicycle education youth program founded in 1998 and based in East Oakland’s San Antonio district. When Mangrum […]

Today’s Headlines

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Bird Scooters Coming Back After Acquiring Scoot (SFExaminer, LATimes) SFMTA Holds Off Issuing Bikeshare Permits (SFExaminer) New BART Fare Gates Clamp Down on Disabled People (SFExaminer) Judge Again Clears Bay Area Bridge Toll Hike (SFChron) Plans for San Francisco Waterfront (SFChron) North Beach’s Empty Storefronts (SFChron) Coliseum BART’s Pedestrian Walkway (SFChron) Condos Planned Near San […]