Whether an all-way stop is appropriate depends on a range of considerations, but the City needs to seriously consider all-way stops as a potential solution.Read More
Bus pads play a critical role in connecting Marin’s communities via transit. However, their hazardous conditions put bus riders in danger.Read More
The Park Street Triangle in Oakland’s Jingletown neighborhood has always been a bit of a mess: the redesign of the area may have actually made things worse.Read More
Searching for the most dangerous roads in San Jose isn’t easy. You can focus on roads with the highest numbers of collisions and wind up overlooking the roads where the most serious injuries have occurred. Or you could just as easily do the opposite.
Any way you slice it, the danger on San Jose streets is alarming.
Highway 17, connecting San Jose and Santa Cruz, has among the highest number of collisions.Read More
The project has decreased collisions for all modes by 40 percent, increased yield rates, and reduced speeding. However, not everyone is happy…Read More
Half a century ago, Caltrans plowed through Redwood City to build Woodside Road… Woodside Road was built according to the era’s abysmal design highway standards, creating a barrier between the eastern and western neighborhoods of Redwood City.Read More
The City of Oakland released a progress report for the Telegraph Avenue Complete Streets Project to assess the project’s performance over its first six months.Read More
Tennyson Road is one of Hayward’s major backbones for people walking and biking, but it is also one of the City’s most dangerous.Read More
Incredible: Oakland reinvents Lakeside Green Streets Project with protected bike lanes, bicycle-only slip lane
What a difference a year makes…
OakDot has completely reinvented its plans for Harrison Street to include state-of-the-art protected bikeway and protected intersection designs while adding pedestrian and transit enhancements.Read More