There are a total of 420 publicly-accessible bicycle eLockers installed in Oakland!
Oakland is designated as a "Bicycle Friendly Community" by the League of American Bicyclists, accomplishing a goal from the 2007 bike plan.
The where, what, and how of public bicycle parking in Oakland. Scroll down to learning about sidewalk rack placement guidelines, acceptable rack types, Oakland's bicycle parking ordinance, permits, and technical support.
Oakland's Bicycle & Pedestrian Program has three announcements lists. Pick which matches your interests using a single online form.
The "(Bike) Oakland" newsletter is published twice a year by Oakland's Bicycle & Pedestrian Program. The newsletter reports progress implementing Oakland's Bicycle Plan.
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.
Oakland is home to Bike Stations serving the Fruitvale and 19th St BART Stations, with two more under development.
The annual Bike to Work Day is (usually) on the second Thursday of May ...
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Oakland's Bikeway Network includes the following types of bikeways
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
An advisory board of the Reimagining Public Safety Taskforce.
Building Codes ensure the safety and habitability of structures within the City of Oakland.
Building Forms are used to ensure the safety and habitability of structures within the City of Oakland.
A Building Permit is required for new construction, additions, or alterations within residential buildings (3+ units), businesses, institutional or industrial structures, including work on kitchens or bathrooms or window replacements.