Resources

Bike Share

The City of Oakland's bike share program, now called Bay Wheels, is operated by Lyft. The regional docked system, previously known as Ford GoBike, launched in July 2017. In July 2019, Lyft is renaming these bikes Bay Wheels, adding a new fleet of dockless electric bikes, and expanding its service area to include all of Oakland by Spring 2020. In May 2019, the City launched its adaptive bike share pilot.

Bike Stations

​Oakland is home to Bike Stations serving the Fruitvale and 19th St BART Stations, with two more under development.

Bikeway Project FAQs

Scroll down to find the answer to the list of questions at the top of the page.

Bikeway Types

Oakland's Bikeway Network includes the following types of bikeways

Black International Marketplace of Oakland

Oakland’s International vendor marketplace at Lake Merritt every weekend. More than 50 vendors and organizations providing community information and engaged in commerce for micro businesses.

BOO Banking Matrix

Use our Bank on Oakland Banking Matrix to find a participating bank or credit union with account options that meet your needs.

Border Wall Contractors

THE OAKLAND MUNICIPAL CODE TO PROHIBIT THE CITY FROM CONTRACTING WITH COMPANIES WHO BID OR PROPOSE ON CONTRACTS OR CONTRACT WITH THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TO PROVIDE SERVICES OR GOODS TO CONSTRUCT THE BORDER WALL

Building Codes

Building Codes ensure the safety and habitability of structures within the City of Oakland.

Building Forms

Building Forms are used to ensure the safety and habitability of structures within the City of Oakland.

Bus Shelters and Street Furniture

​The City has entered into agreement with Clear Channel Adshel to install and maintain illuminated advertising bus shelters, which include litter containers installed near bus shelters, as well as AC Transit-provided bus system information.

Business Networking

A variety of chambers, organizations and associations are working together to grow businesses in Oakland.

Calendar of Upcoming Neighborhood Workshops

Series of neighborhood workships will provide East Oakland residents the opportunity to work with City of Oakland staff and community leaders to design projects and programs to improve their neighborhoods.