Oaklavia 2010

Walk Oakland Bike Oakland was proud to bring the first car-free open streets evens to Oakland in 2010. The inaugural event brought over 4,000 people into the heart of Oakland to experience the city’s best natural and architectural assets, outdoor activities, and arts in some of our most well-loved and unique streets and neighborhoods.

Check out more Video and Photos of Oaklavia 2010.

What is Oaklavia?

  • Experience car-free city streets for recreation and community building
  • Temporary traffic closures along the entire Oaklavía route.
  • Roadways become opportunities for strolling, cycling, roller skating, dancing, cafe seating, and people-watching
  • Organized activities for children and adults
  • A new way to enjoy the streets and celebrate our city

Oaklavia in the News

Press coverage of Oaklavia by SF Streets Blog, Oakland North, Oakland Local, Bay Citizen, KPFA (begins 1hr, 40min), San Francisco Chronicle

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