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Favorite Entryways to Alameda

Alamedans prefer arrival by ferry, the Bay Farm Island Bridge, the High Street Bridge, the Fruitvale Bridge, and by kayak.
May 7, 2015

Feedback About Our Story on the Transbay Tube

April 4, 2015

Alameda and Oakland Officials Contemplate the Possibility of a Second Transbay Tube

As the Transbay Tube gets closer to exceeding capacity, Bay Area transportation agencies start more serious discussion on another passageway that might mean BART stations in Alameda and Oakland.
March 3, 2015

BART’s No-Nonsense GM Grace Crunican

Grace Crunican was running through her standard list of questions: What do you think of BART? Are the trains on time? Are they clean? How about the stations? Do you feel safe?
October 2, 2014

The Google Bus Phenomenon in Alameda

Jeremy Schmitz lives on High Street, a narrow two-lane thoroughfare that is one of Alameda’s few exit points to the rest of the East Bay. During most weekday mornings, the two-lane street is racked with traffic that is often exacerbated by the new symbol of corporate reach and socio-economic unrest-the Google bus.
September 4, 2014

Bike Improvements Coming to Alameda

In April, the Metropolitan Transportation Commission approved $8.7 million to expand Bay Area Bike Share to the East Bay in Oakland, Berkeley, and Emeryville. But bike-loving Alameda was left out. Should we be mad?
May 1, 2014

Plans for Alameda Point Inch Foward Without a Developer

The long-awaited development of Alameda and Oakland's decommissioned military bases get green lights. The future of both looks very different.
March 5, 2014