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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Problematic Final Plan for A’s Ballpark

Problematic Final Plan for A’s Ballpark

  City of Oakland and the A’s have released their final...
Oakland to Receive $14.5 Million in RAISE Grant

Oakland to Receive $14.5 Million in RAISE Grant

On Friday, November 19th, the US Department of Transportation and Oakland officials announced a $14.5 million federal RAISE grant for improvements on Broadway and MLK Jr. Way downtown....
Oakland Budget Invests in Alternatives to Policing

Oakland Budget Invests in Alternatives to Policing

Oakland’s city budget has passed, and it’s a win for investments in alternatives to policing. Federal stimulus packages opened up the budget and gave Oakland the chance to reprioritize public safety investments. Council President Nikki Fortunato Bas and Councilmember Carroll Fife made sure...
Oakland Invests in Alternatives to Policing

Oakland Invests in Alternatives to Policing

Oakland’s city budget has passed, and it’s a win for investments in alternatives to policing. Federal stimulus packages opened up the budget and gave Oakland the chance to reprioritize public safety investments. Council President Nikki Fortunato Bas and Councilmember Carroll Fife made sure...
Oakland & Berkeley Agree: Get Armed Police out of Traffic Enforcement

Oakland & Berkeley Agree: Get Armed Police out of Traffic Enforcement

On May 3, Oakland City Council agreed to removing police from traffic enforcement and putting the department of transportation in charge of designing and operating safe streets. Oakland joins Berkeley as the second city in the United States to make this move: putting departments of transportation...

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