Lake Merritt Channel Improvements at 10th Street
Making 10th Street a better place for all roadway users with a planned paving project
The 12th Street Project is now complete. You can find all project related documents and information on this page.
Improving safety for people walking, biking, and taking transit on 14th Avenue
The project will make 14th Street a great route for all Oaklanders to access Downtown through traffic safety improvements combined with community-based art and placemaking opportunities. This will be a transformative project for Oakland, providing improvements for people to walk, bike and take transit.
The streetscape project on Thomas L. Berkley Way (20th Street) from Broadway to Harrison Street will close a last mile gap between the 19th Street BART station and Lake Merritt through the construction of improvements focused on enhancements and amenities for pedestrians and bicyclists.
On May 7, 2019, the Oakland City Council adopted the 2019 3-Year Paving Plan. Below you’ll find a summary of what OakDOT heard from Oaklanders about the paving plan proposal, what changes staff recommended for the final plan, and frequently asked questions and answers.
In the wake of a tragic vehicle crash on Oct. 1, 2019 that left a woman dead and a child badly injured as they were walking across the street outside Garfield Elementary School, OakDOT activated a rapid-response approach to work with the school, City leadership, and the surrounding community to design and implement additional safety measures as swiftly as possible.
The City of Oakland will mark National Small Business Week (May 3-9, 2020) with a variety of free workshops and events. Please check back for updates.
Bikeways within two miles of the MacArthur BART station improve east-west bicycle access between MacArthur BART, the Piedmont Ave neighborhood, Kaiser Hospital and Emeryville, and connect to the bicycle and pedestrian path across the eastern span of the San Francisco Bay Bridge.
A mixed-use development with 1,032 residential units, including 85 affordable units, and nearly 35,000 square feet of ground-floor retail and commercial space. The project is planned in three phases, and is located one block east of the West Oakland BART Station.
New paving, speed humps, curb ramps, and high-visibility crosswalks coming in 2020!
Share Your Vision for 73rd Ave
Reconnecting West Oakland and Downtown for people walking, biking, and taking the bus
The 7th Street West Oakland Transit Village Streetscape, Phase II project will make street and sidewalk improvements on 7th Street between Wood Street and Peralta Street. This project will enhance the roadway with new sidewalks, trees, street lights, refreshed pavement, and added bicycle lanes.
The City of Oakland repaved 0.8 miles of 90th Avenue between International Boulevard and MacArthur Boulevard in 2019 and will be completing the painted median by October 2020
Proposal for a Planned Unit Development (PUD) To construct 247 residential apartment units, 122 townhomes, 35 work/live commercial units and 2,445 square feet of retail on a 9.67-acre site (Case File #PLN18523).
Installation of a concrete median on 98th Ave @ Cherry St on top of the existing, purple-paint island
Antioch Court Renovation for a Safer and Vibrant Community Space
The Bancroft Avenue Project installs bike and pedestrian safety improvements on Bancroft Avenue, a high injury corridor, between Havenscourt Boulevard and 98th Avenue.
The City of Oakland owns a 5.4-acre parcel of vacant land on portions of Barcelona Street and St. Andrews Road, commonly known as the "Barcelona" parcel.
The Bicycle & Pedestrian Program plans and constructs on-street bikeways, including striping and signage, and coordinates the installation of bikeways with other City divisions and outside agencies.
Safety improvements for people walking and biking on Broadway between Embarcadero and 6th St
Bus lanes on Broadway will help reduce travel time for bus riders and make bus service more reliable.