Several blocks around Civic Center Park will begin closing down Saturday morning, and the course around the city will be shut down Sunday morning through midday.
Three options are on the table, each with different trade-offs in terms of new expanded routes, more frequent buses, or a combination of both.
One of Oakland’s busiest streets will be transformed from 52nd Street to Berkeley with new bike lanes, bulb-outs and more.
The East Bay bus agency plans to eliminate its at-large board seats and create a new ward map. Residents can give input at upcoming meetings.
The cameras and computer system will be capable of identifying traffic violations without the assistance of a human.
A one-year AC Transit pilot program has extended Line 7 from the Cal campus to the Emeryville Amtrak station and added weekend service.
The agency will convert its two at-large seats to district elections, redrawing ward boundaries in time for the 2024 election.
East Bay transit advocates warned of a “death spiral” for bus and train operators if Gov. Newsom didn’t adjust funds in the state budget.
The governor’s draft budget would have contributed to the “death” of Bay Area transit. A vote today offers new hope — but it’s not a slam dunk.
Why divert funds from transportation that is vital to many low-income people … and at the same time use Berkeley dollars to get a limited number of people to San Francisco on a ferry that will cost millions?
Advocates are pleading with Gov. Gavin Newsom to find a few extra billion in the state budget for buses and trains.
City officials are taking early steps toward building transit lanes along University, Telegraph and Shattuck avenues — though the plans are a long way from reality.