Oakland Bikeways Campaign

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Oakland has striped approximately 100 miles of bike lanes toward a goal of 241 miles of bikeways in its Bicycle Master Plan.

Our priorities are a successful rollout of protected bike lanes on Telegraph Ave in the KONO District in 2016, extension of these bike lanes into Temescal District in 2018, a world-class bikeway on14th St downtown and a road diet with bike lanes on Park Blvd. All three streets will require lane reductions for this to happen, which means we need a lot of help reaching out to businesses and neighborhood groups to gain their support for completing bikeways on these three key streets. Park Blvd bike lanes are expected to happen in 2017 and Oakland received a $10 million grant to add protected bike lanes and bus boarding islands to 14th Street.

 

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Closing the Gap, Adding Improvements, on Tunnel Road

Closing the Gap, Adding Improvements, on Tunnel Road

The City of Oakland expects to begin construction on long-awaited improvements to Tunnel Road, Caldecott Lane, and the Tunnel Road/SR13/Hiller Drive intersection as soon as this month.  The project will stretch from Tunnel Road at the Berkeley border to the end of Caldecott Lane in the North...
Slow Streets Expanding, Evolving

Slow Streets Expanding, Evolving

Berkeley is ready to roll out slow streets, Alameda is doubling its slow street segments, and Oakland takes the idea of safer spaces in a new direction. Bike East Bay continues to collaborate with local partners to expand, adjust, and support responsive and successful slow and open streets...

#TheSmoothening Brings New Lanes

Paving projects are still underway during shelter in place, and the slew of new smooth lanes all over Oakland show it. Thanks to paving season, brand new bike lanes are on the ground on International Boulevard, Havenscourt Boulevard, E 12th Street, Jefferson Street, 11th Street, and 51st...
Slowing More Streets in the East Bay

Slowing More Streets in the East Bay

4/28/20 East Bay cities are slowing streets and making space as shelter in place continues. Many Bike East Bay local partners are asking their cities to implement street changes, allowing for more physical distancing while enjoying neighborhood activity and making trips to essential services...

Slow Streets Catch On

Seattle, New York City, Milwaukee, LA and now Emeryville and hopefully Berkeley: Oakland’s slow street program has set an example for many cities. This past weekend, Oakland added 5 miles of new slow streets, for a total of just under 10 miles, while on April 20 Emeryville significantly...

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