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Oakland Bikeway Network Map 2015
Take a look at existing bikeways, those newly improved as well as those pending construction!
Video Will Show You How to Report a Problem
Here's How You Can Help Us to Help You...
This short video will help you know how to report the infrastructure issues you care about.
- Call (510) 615-5566
- Email email@example.com
- Online at Report a Problem
- Mobile or web app at SeeClickFix
Bus Rapid Transit Program (BRT)
Recycling every day, at home, at work and at play, is an easy and rewarding practice. By adopting recycling and waste reduction habits, you can reduce pollution and fight climate change. Help Oakland recycle more by making a habit of recycling paper, cardboard, cans and bottles and batteries, and by eliminating wasteful habits. The Recycling Program oversees garbage and recycling services provided by Waste Management of Alameda County and California Waste Solutions and works to ensure that recycling is widely available.
Contact us at (510) 238-7283 (SAVE) or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Reponding To & Cleaning Up the Storm
Oakland Public Work Crews Are Taking Care of Oakland!
Sandbag Availability Status: As of Noon, Monday, December 15
The following locations have sandbags available to the public:
- Municipal Service Center (7101 Edgewater): 3,900 sandbags
- Shepherd Canyon (5921 Shepherd Canyon): 1,000 sandbags
- Fire Stations will have a limited supply by the end of the week.
- Limited to 10 bags and sheeting per Oaklander with ID.
With over four inches of rain in Oakland so far, crews and equipment are now in full response mode to get all roadways clear of water and debris. Thank you everyone for being safe and working safely. Working together we will address the infrastructure needs.
Learning about Measure BB
Funding for Transportation
Measure BB, that passed the 2/3 required voter approval on the November 4, 2014 ballot, will increase the local transportation sales tax from ½ cent to 1 cent, and will extend it for 30 years. The current ½ cent sales tax, which is the most important source of funding for maintaining and building Oakland’s streets, is scheduled to end 2020. Oakland will receive $1.4B in transportation funds over the next 30 years, the largest source of transportation funds in the City and are used for a wide variety of projects including:
- Repaving streets
- Repairing sidewalks & installing curb ramps
- Installing traffic and pedestrian signals and other safety improvements
- Maintaining the City’s streetlights, signage and other street infrastructure
- Installing bicycle lanes and parking
- Renovating pedestrian stairs and paths
- Installing transit and pedestrian friendly street designs (road “diets”, traffic calming, bulb-outs, etc.
- Providing required local matching funds for federal and state grants for transportation projects
Measure BB funds will also support several major transportation projects and programs in Oakland including:
- I-880 Broadway/Jackson Access improvements
- 42nd/High I-880 Access Improvements
- Planning for transit improvements on the Broadway Corridor
- Implementation of the Bay Trail and East Bay Greenway Trail
- Access (bike/ped/transit) improvements at BART stations and Eastmont Center
Oakland’s three-year average street Pavement Condition Index (PCI) is currently 60 (on a 100-point scale) and falling. Oakland's pavement condition is ranked 98th among 109 Bay Area jurisdictions, while the Bay Area average is 66. Oakland’s streets are currently on an 85-year paving cycle instead of the 25-30 year industry-preferred cycle. Oakland’s current backlog of street repairs is $443 million and growing.
A recent article from the Metropolitan Tranportation Commission (MTC) presents information about road conditions in the Bay Area. Read the article here.
Stubborn Mediocrity Marks Local Streets & Roads
Regional Pavement Quality Average Unchanged for 5th Consecutive Year
A recent article from the Metropolitan Tranaportation Commission (MTC) presents information about road conditions in the Bay Area. Read the article here.
Embarcadero Bridge Replacement Project
Lake Merritt Channel / Oakland Estuary
Oakland's Embarcadero Bridge over Lake Merritt Channel will be replaced with a new structure for the many benefits a new bridge will provide, including earthquake resistance. The project will progress over the coming two years to improve safety, access and water quality. Please learn more about the project fact sheet.