Transportation

Journalist Who Writes For Oakland Post, Publication

$44.4 More Million for Homeless

Posted in Economic Development, Gentrification, Homelessness, Illegal dumping, Immigrant Rights, Labor, Libby Schaaf, Oakland Job Programs, Politics, Racial profiling, Rebecca Kaplan, Reentry/Formerly Incarcerated, Responsive Government, Restorative Justice, Sanctuary City, Transportation Affordable housing, parks, illegal…

Read More

A’s Stadium Proposal “Is a Once in a Lifetime Opportunity,” Say Fans and Local Businesses

Posted in Affordable Housing, Business, Coliseum City, Community, Economic Development, Gentrification, Transportation Carl Chan By Ken Epstein Supporters are mobilizing to support the latest proposal…

Read More

Health Dangers of Coal Spark Local Debate

Posted in Climate change, coal dispute, Economic Development, Environment, Health, Labor, Transportation Operators at the Spring Creek Mine near Decker, Mont., apply a topper agent…

Read More

Mayor Says No to Coal

Posted in Economic Development, Environment, Health, Labor, Transportation “We will not have coal shipped through our city,” Says Schaff By Tulio Ospina In…

Read More

Lynette McElhaney Puts Damper on Tagami’s Coal Plan

By Ashley Chambers News has spread of developer Phil Tagami’s plan to negotiate a deal with four…

Read More
Journalist Who Writes For Oakland Post, Publication

Richmond Seeks Support for “Cybertran” Ultralight Rail Transit System

By Post Staff The Richmond City Council has agreed to continue searching for federal and state dollars…

Read More

City Council Votes to Protect Businesses in the Path of Coliseum City Project

Posted in Coliseum City, Community, Economic Development, Environment, Gentrification, Housing/Foreclosures, Labor, Oakland Job Programs, Reentry/Formerly Incarcerated, Transportation By Ken Epstein The City Council voted Tuesday to keep residential…

Read More

Community Pushes for AC Transit Project without Displacement

Posted in Community, Economic Development, Environment, Gentrification, Labor, Responsive Government, Transportation By Nikolas Zelinski Neighbors gathered at Allen Temple Baptist Church in East Oakland Wednesday…

Read More

Coliseum City Proposal Remains in Play; Community Raises Questions

Posted in Arts and Culture, Business, Coliseum City, Community, Economic Development, Environment, Gentrification, Housing/Foreclosures, Labor, Oakland Job Programs, Politics, Responsive Government, Transportation By Ken Epstein Many people are furiously committed to…

Read More

Mayoral Candidates Consider Plan to Activate Community Involvement

By Post Staff Several of Oakland’s mayoral candidates have expressed interest in creating communitywide action task forces…

Read More