The Transportation division provides a variety of services to San Leandro residents and businesses to assist them in their transportation and traffic-related needs. They include:
- Downtown Parking Management Plan - The goal of the plan is to improve parking utilization by understanding how different parking policies could impact user groups in downtown San Leandro. View the draft plan (PDF).
- Driveway Tipping - For a one-time fee of $65, the City may paint up to 5 feet of red curb on either side of your driveway to improve access. For an application, please call 510-577-3428.
- Handicap Ramps - The City has a program to install handicap ramps at intersections. If you know of a corner that needs a ramp, please call 510-577-3410.
- Neighborhood Traffic Calming Program
- Parking Restrictions - The City is responsible for evaluating the need to install or remove parking restrictions, such as time-limited parking (2-hour, 1-hour, 24-minute, etc.), no parking areas, passenger loading zones, etc. For more information, please call 510-577-3428.
- Residential Parking Permit Program - For more information about San Leandro's Residential Parking Permit program, please see our fact sheet (PDF).
- Speed Radar Trailer - The Police Department has two-speed radar trailers that display the speed of vehicles as they pass. To have the trailer placed on your street, please call 510-577-3226.
- Traffic Counts - Over the years the City has collected a tremendous amount of traffic count data. If you would like to know the traffic volume on a particular street, please call 510-577-3428.
- Traffic Signing and Signals - The Transportation Division handles all signing related to traffic; such as stop signs, speed limit signs, warning signs, and signals for traffic control. If you have any questions about the installation of a traffic sign, please call 510-577-3410. If you notice a burned-out signal light, a turned signal head, or some other type of signal-related malfunction or damage, please call 510-577-6023 for maintenance-related questions or concerns.
- Truck Routes