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Grand Avenue Road Diet

The City of Oakland is implementing a Road Diet on Grand Avenue from Elwood Avenue to Jean Street. The project will improve safety for all road users.

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Project Benefits

The Grand Avenue Road Diet will improve safety and access for all roadway users including pedestrians, bicyclists, motorists and transit riders including:

  • Reduced number of lanes for pedestrians to navigate when crossing Grand Ave
  • Enhanced visibility for pedestrians crossing Grand Ave
  • Improved access and safety for bicyclists
  • Improved compliance with posted speed limits
  • Reduced conflicts and collisions for vehicles turning on to and off of Grand Ave
  • Improved safety for vehicles turning left

The two existing travel lanes in each direction will be changed to one vehicle lane and a bicycle lane each way, and a center two-way left turn lane. Please see the street cross-section below.

Grand Ave Road Diet Cross Section