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A new stretch of the Bay Trail enabling pedestrians and cyclists to more easily reach Richmond formally opened to the public on Saturday. The $18.9 million East Bay Regional Park District project added a new...

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The City of Emeryville has indefinitely closed parts of Doyle Street to vehicle traffic beginning Monday April 20th. The closure is intended to allow pedestrians to practice safe social distancing during the ongoing COVID-19 Shelter...

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Amtrak’s daily California Zephyr service that begins and terminates in Emeryville will be temporarily suspended west of Denver. The result of an Amtrak employee testing positive for the COVID-19 coronavirus according to a press release...

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(Updated March 24th at 2:45pm to reflect new information from Amtrak.) Transit providers in the East Bay are adjusting service schedules in response to lowered demand for rides. This comes in response to the current...

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The idea of a Bay Bridge Bus-only lane is gaining momentum after an unanimous vote by AC Transit. The idea is still in its infancy though and would require cooperation from a multitude of agencies...

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Bay Wheels operator Lyft has come under heavy criticism after lengthy roll-out delays and recent recalls of their electric-assist bikes from Emeryville and other Bay Area cities. While the company has been grappling with local...

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Wednesday evenings for James Andereggen and his two daughters, Kaylee and Lauren, have always been reserved for family dinners. This past Wednesday on Aug. 21, the plan was to grab Chipotle together. The 43-year-old Pixar...

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Drivers through Emeryville and the East Bay could see major changes if three proposed roadway projects come to fruition. Late last month, the City of Emeryville presented updated plans for the 40th Street Bus Hub...

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The City of Emeryville’s experimental protected bike lanes on Horton street caused a stir recently when the post office ceased delivery to the Terraces housing complex. The mail carrier had apparently been in the practice...

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After a contentious set of public workshops last week, Caltrans has hit the brakes, for now, on the much-maligned MacArthur Maze Vertical Clearance Project. Caltrans officials heard from dozens of Oakland and Emeryville residents during...

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After over a year of workshops, community feedback and council review, the City of Emeryville has scaled back its proposed citywide parking management plans. Under a revised proposal, the City will now focus on managing...

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Your next vacation could be literally steps away as Emeryville’s own Amtrak Station marks the beginning of the historic California Zephyr route. The trip is considered one of the most scenic rail trips in North...

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BART officials have begun a public outreach process asking for creative solutions for what to do with their iconic older fleet of cars. One idea from a local housing activist to turn them into apartments,...

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Ford GoBike announced today it is introducing more than 500 new pedal-assist ‘ebikes’ to its East Bay bike share network. A launch event and inaugural ride with will be held at 10 a.m. on Friday,...

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AC Transit Transbay Commuters from the East Bay disembarked at the new SF Transit Center this morning, kicking off a new era for transportation in our region. After the near decade-long construction on the officially-named...

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Emeryville city staff presented their latest Parking Management draft plan to the public at the July 24th Council meeting. The item’s presentation did not commence until after 9 p.m. and lasted nearly two hours. The final...

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This E’ville Eye guest piece is written by five year Planning Commissioner Steven Keller. Keller is a resident of Pacific Park Plaza and has lived in Emeryville since 2002. Keller recently updated a letter he...

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The City of Emeryville recently posted additional details on its proposed Parking Management Plan. The draft plan would introduce parking permits and meters throughout the city to encourage better use of transit, parking turnover and...

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The City of Emeryville and our Mayor are circulating a petition to apply for grant money to create three “quiet zones” at the 65th, 66th and 67th railway crossings. The petition, linked in multiple Nextdoor...

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The City of Emeryville is considering major changes to citywide parking regulations, hoping to address ongoing resident & business dissatisfaction with a lack of available parking in high-traffic areas. During two community workshops on November...

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The Emeryville Greenway has been lauded for its creative conversion of a former rail spur into a walkable/bikeable path that has become a centerpiece of the north-east Emeryville neighborhoods. In fact, it was recently selected for a...

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Long distance Amtrak service may be cut from the Emeryville station if the Trump administration has its way. The White House has proposed cutting about half of the agency’s budget this coming fiscal year. Such a deep...

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A process that began in 2014 is finally set to go live on Tuesday, July 11th when the East Bay Bike Share Ford GoBikes will officially go online. Festivities will kick off at Latham Square in Downtown...

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NEWS RELEASE: Officials from the MTC, Ford Motor Company and Motivate today announced that the San Francisco Bay Area’s eagerly anticipated regional bike share network will launch at the end of June. The new Ford...

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