After bulldozing neighborhoods early in its history, BART now wants to build communities.
Alameda needs a green estuary crossing to accommodate thousands of new homes.
Over the years, the transit agency has spent huge sums on expanding to the suburbs, and now it’s facing serious financial challenges.
Backers of a bike-pedestrian bridge between Alameda and Jack London Square are looking for creative ways to build it. But the Coast Guard is blocking the way.
Oakland wants low-income communities to benefit from bike- and car-sharing.
Two recent decisions could help encourage smart growth, decrease greenhouse gas emissions, and reduce the cost of housing.
This year’s election could turn out to be the most expensive in city history—thanks to four high-profile ballot measures.
Gentrification, a lack of housing, and fewer customers play into the future of the longtime Ashby BART outdoor bazaar.
A new path will open on a four-year trial basis next year. But if pedestrians and bicyclists don’t use it, it could be short-lived.
While the Alameda Labor Council and International Longshore and Warehouse Union Local 10 oppose coal exports in Oakland for environmental reasons, Teamsters Joint Council 7 says bring on the coal.