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Alameda and Oakland Officials Contemplate the Possibility of a Second Transbay Tube

As traffic gets closer to exceeding capacity, Bay Area transportation agencies start more serious discussion on another passageway that might mean BART stations in Alameda and Oakland.
March 01, 2015

A Fracking Protest, Beast Mode, and Oakland Teachers Make News

Just say no to fracking, inadequate raisers for Oakland teachers, and mural destruction plus other news you can use.
March 01, 2015

AC Transit and BART Increase Weekend Trans-Bay Service

AC Transit and BART increase the frequency of trans-bay buses to accommodate late-night weekend commuters as an Oakland company, Night Schools, continues working with the Public Utilities Commission to offer school bus rides to late-nighters.
January 31, 2015

Race and the Protest Movement

Two recent protests on the same December day highlight the ways in which black activists are attempting to assert control over the movement to end inappropriate police violence.
January 01, 2015

I Velo Heart Oakland

New sharrows, better bike racks, a parklet boom, and permanent repair stations improve the two-wheel appeal of the East Bay.
December 15, 2014

City to Reconsider Lakeside Barbecues

City to consider easing regulations barring lakeside barbecues.
December 01, 2014

BART’s No-Nonsense GM Grace Crunican

Grace Crunican was running through her standard list of questions: What do you think of BART? Are the trains on time? Are they clean? How about the stations? Do you feel safe?
October 10, 2014

Alameda Health System Changes the Landscape

The hospital landscape in Alameda County looks very different these days.
October 02, 2014

Greetings From Oakland!

Greetings from Oakland! displays historic postcards collected by Gary Lenhart at AlamedaInfo.com. To view more postcards, or contribute to this collection, visit the website.
October 02, 2014

Gerry Garzon's Big Idea

For librarian Gerry Garzon, there is nothing more important than reading.“
October 02, 2014