Updated "Construction Resource Map" shows transportation-related construction projects to assist commuters when making travel decisions

Know Before You Go: Our new Construction Resource Map puts transportation-related construction projects on the map assist commuters when making travel decisions.

This interactive map resource from OTMA highlights transportation-related construction projects, as well as many transit, utility, institutional and private development projects that may impact travel in, around, and through Oakland during construction or create long-term multimodal improvements upon completion.

This educational resource provides commuters with a visual representation of active and planned construction that may impact their travel routes, and connects them with detailed project information, schedules, photos and renderings, engineering documents, and links that can assist them when making travel decisions – helping to mitigate congestion and improve air quality in our region by encouraging the use of multimodal travel options other than the single occupant vehicle like transit, bicycling, walking, carpooling, vanpooling, micromobility, and telecommuting whenever possible.

Click to launch the interactive map, and then click on project icons to expand details on both active & planned work, as well as many recently completed projects.

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Note: For active projects, more recent information or status updates may be available from project lead/team, so be sure to check the project microsites or source links referenced for any individual project included on the map, as well.

Last update June 24, 2024. Originally published April 1, 2022.