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.
This Bikeway runs from 14th St in downtown to Broadway near the Caldecott Tunnel
The Brooklyn Basin project site is approximately 64 acres of waterfront property with 3,100 residential units, 200,000 square feet of ground-floor commercial space, and approximately 32 acres of parks and public open space.
The City of Oakland is seeking cost effective pathways to eliminate natural gas use in buildings. This page provides details of outreach, engagement, and data regarding health and climate impacts of natural gas, electric alternatives to gas systems, and cost-effectiveness analysis.
From Park Oakland, the City's Demand Responsive Parking and Mobility Management Initiative
The City of Oakland is continuing to develop solutions to address a serious public safety issue regarding emergency vehicle access through narrow streets.
The City of Oakland receives suite tickets to every Raiders, Oakland A’s, and Warriors game as well as all other Oracle Arena and Coliseum events, along with additional field tickets to every A’s game, resulting in thousands of tickets to the City each year. Most tickets go directly to Councilmembers rather than the City’s executive branch, which is responsible for the management of City assets.
In 2016, Signature Development Group submitted an application for construction of 44 residential units, various site and circulation improvements, and expansion of club membership and facilities on the grounds of the Claremont Hotel, a designated City Landmark (Case File #PLN16053).
In 2006, the US EPA awarded the City of Oakland two “community-wide” brownfield assessment grants totaling $400,000 for use in the Coliseum Area of east Oakland.
Healthy watersheds are a vital component of a healthy urban environment.
The City of Oakland is preparing a specific plan for downtown Oakland to ensure continued growth and revitalization to benefit both downtown residents and the larger community. The plan will provide sound policy guidance on development, linking land use, transportation, economic development, housing, public spaces, cultural arts, and social equity.
This projects runs from E 12th St / 2nd St to 54th Ave and International Blvd / 54th Ave to 85th Ave.
The City of Oakland Department of Transportation (OakDOT) is proud to develop a new segment of the East Bay Greenway. The cycletrack segment will run parallel to San Leandro Street from Seminary to 69th Avenue, with a new bike lane from 69th Avenue to 75th Avenue.
"All East Oaklanders have access to, and choices within, a local and regional transportation system that is safe, efficient, and affordable, and connects them to the places they need to thrive. The City will partner with local residents, community groups, small businesses and other transportation agencies to minimize displacement and gentrification and acknowledge historical injustices.”
Safer, calmer neighborhood streets designed to prioritize people walking and biking to local destinations
The ECAP Ad Hoc Advisory Committee was dissolved after the 2030 Equitable Climate Action Plan (ECAP) was adopted in July 2020.
Together with the County, State, and Federal governments, the City of Oakland is one of many government agencies that work to pave your roads, clean your parks, and offer services to Oaklanders who need them the most. A City budget is the plan for how we will use our resources to provide services to the public.