Google Biking Maps

Use Google Biking Maps to help plan your bicycling route. Go to: for more information and for a video on using this feature. 

Bicycle Safety Tips for Adults

Provided by the League of American Bicyclists and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

EBBC's Street Skills Classes - Click on this video to learn about the Bike East Bay's Street Skills Classes

Click here for the Transit to Trails map - Many Bay Area parks, beaches, and trails are accessible by public transit. This map highlights some of the possibilities for great car-free outings.

Click here for the Bay Trails maps - These colorful maps guide walkers, skaters, bicyclists, wildlife watchers and other trail enthusiasts to over 290 miles of completed trail.

Click here for the Richmond Bike Trail map - This map, provided by the City of Richmond, includes existing and proposed trails, as well the completed phase 1 of the Richmond greenway project.

The West of the Hills map covers western Alameda and Contra Costa counties, including the Richmond, Berkeley, Oakland, Hayward, and Fremont areas. This map is available online and at participating bike shops.

The map for the Bike East Bay’s East of the Hills is available in participating bicycle shops. This map features Centra/Eastern Contra Costa County and Eastern Alameda County. 

Bicycling and Walking

Congratulations to OMC! We were selected by the EBBC as the 2013 Bike-Friendly Business Award winner in the large employer category!

Bicycling and Walking

Bicycling and walking are fun and health ways to get to work. You can get a workout in before and after work, so you can have more time once you're home.

Park your bicycle in one of Oakland Medical Center's secure bicycle facilities:

  • Bicycle cage located on the first floor of the Howe Street parking garage at 3800 Howe Street
  • Bicycle room located in the BMOB at 3751 Broadway
  • Bicycle cage located in the new garage at 3510 Broadway
  • A bicycle rack is located in the Mosswood garage

OMC employees can register at the Transportation office (in the Howe Street garage) to receive access to bicycle facilities.

Visitor and Member bicycle parking There is a bicycle rack for members and visitors in front of the Fabiola Building, in the BMOB (3751 Broadway) garage, in the member bicycle cage in the hospital garage (3510 Broadway), and in the rack in front of the Mosswood building.

3751 Broadway Bike RoomHowe Street Bike Cage
3510 Bike CageMosswood Employee Bike Rack

Bicycle to Work Reimbursement Program

Kaiser Permanente will reimburse your bicycling costs up to $20/month ($240 a year). The Bicycle to Work reimbursement is paid as a subsidy from Kaiser Permanente. 
This program is for KP employees. The program is not available for TPMG physicians at this time.

For information and to enroll in the Bike to Work Reimbursement Program Go to

Fall 2017 Bicycle Classes

Basic Bike Mechanics Workshop

Monday, September 2512:30-1:30pm. Fabiola Building, Room G65B/G26 (Ground level)

At this beginner bike maintenance workshop you'll learn about:

  • The features and functions of a simple bike multi-tool
  • How to fix a flat tire
  • Adjusting bike brakes, gears, handlebars, and seats

Biking After Dark Workshop

Wednesday, October 2512:30-1:30pm. 3600 Broadway, Room LLF (Lower level)

With shorter days and darker commutes, learn about the right equipment to make your commute safe AND fun!
Learn how to:

  • See and be seen in all conditions
  • Meet and exceed the legal requirements for lights and reflectors
  • Choose the right lights for the type of bicycling you’ll be doing
  • Bling up your bike and yourself with highly visible accessories!

Bike to Work Day 2017

Congratulations to the cyclists who participated in 2016 Bike to Work Day. 

Employees who joined us at the Energizer station on Thursday, May 11 received a bag full or goodies, a reflective vest, and a light snack.

Walking and Biking Routes

We have identified ten walking routes and ten bicycle routes to give you ideas on how to walk or bicycle to Oakland Medical Center. The routes traverse many neighborhoods. You can join a route at any point along the way. 

Click on the routes listed below to find colorful maps which you can print out. The mileage listed is total mileage for the route.

Walking Routes
Biking Routes
  1. Piedmont Area
  2. Kaiser Permanente Regional Office
  3. Rockridge
  4. 4501 Broadway
  5. MacArthur BART
  6. Longfellow
  7. Lake Merritt
  8. Grand Lake Theatre
  9. Clawson
  10. Korea Town
  1. Alameda
  2. Piedmont-Lake Merritt
  3. High Street
  4. OMC to Mills College
  5. Mills College to OMC
  6. El Cerrito-Albany-Berkeley
  7. Emeryville
  8. Piedmont
  9. Rockridge BART
  10. North Berkeley

Click here to go to the Bike East Bay for additional information on bicycling.

Remember, bicycling and walking helps to reduce traffic, reduce air pollution, reduce your carbon footprint, and burn calories!