Over the years, the transit agency has spent huge sums on expanding to the suburbs, and now it’s facing serious financial challenges.
Backers of a bike-pedestrian bridge between Alameda and Jack London Square are looking for creative ways to build it. But the Coast Guard is blocking the way.
The anticipated upgrades are all in the name of safety.
One day it will be a bridge to somewhere—Treasure Island, which beckons with a popular flea market, urban wineries, and other coming attractions.
Alameda’s Rev. Beth Foote of Fremont’s St. Anne’s Episcopal Church likes what BART could mean for the Island.
Library outreach in Alameda hits the road by trike with a stylish new bikemobile crisscrossing the Island.
Pedestrians are not much of a challenge for cars, but the solution is for both drivers and walkers to be ultra alert.
Since 2012, there have been five pedestrian fatalities, 131 pedestrian accidents, and 168 bicyclists injured in altercations with cars on Alameda streets. What’s Alameda doing to make streets safer?
Residents offer a mixed bag of suggestions on the state or the city’s streets and walkways.
A new ride-sharing service could mean easy one-way service for Alamedans needing wheels on the fly.