Another option is to "cap" the 980 as described here by Field Operations in their Resilient Bay Area strategy - neighborland.com/resilientbay/...
The Field Operations Team's proposal for Oakland and Alameda involves thoughtful planning for connecting neighborhoods, for new housing and development, transit and infrastructure, and for vibrant public spaces and waterfronts for people to engage with and experience the Bay
"In September, the Athletics announced a plan to construct a privately-financed stadium on property between Lake Merritt and Interstate 880. The land is currently occupied by administrative offices for the college, along with parking lots and commercial warehouses.
Opponents say they’re concerned about higher rents, gentrification and impending traffic congestion, but city officials estimate an additional $3 billion dollars in economic benefits for the community within the first 10 years.
If all goes to plan, the A’s will begin playing in their new stadium in 2023."
More than 60 percent of voters are in favor of the transit-oriented ballpark, according to a recent poll.
Decolonization and Degentrification Tour of the Sacred Lisjan/Ohlone Land that us landless and indigenous peoples call Homefulness, in the village of Huchuin (Oakland)
Homefulness is a poor people-led solution to Homelessness, created, built and manifested by indigenous, displaced, and houseless mamaz, uncles and elders.
Join us for prayer, performance and a herstory tour through the untold stories of the roots of gentrification, aka colonization, chronicling the intentional blighting and destruction of poor Black and people-of-color neighborhoods like Deep East Oakland, and the current revolutionary resistance of landless, indigenous people to "give-back" this land to Mama Earth, officially taking it off the "market economy."