The city wants to reduce traffic on the Island, but ferry riders say access problems at the Harbor Bay terminal is making matters worse.
Since rapidly increasing solar power makes little sense in Alameda right now, the answer is less driving.
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.
The anticipated upgrades are all in the name of safety.
One day it will be a bridge to somewhere—Treasure Island, which beckons with a popular flea market, urban wineries, and other coming attractions.
Alameda’s Rev. Beth Foote of Fremont’s St. Anne’s Episcopal Church likes what BART could mean for the Island.
Library outreach in Alameda hits the road by trike with a stylish new bikemobile crisscrossing the Island.