Click the picture for a 1000-pixel version. I’m standing next to the Hayward fault on the access road to Dunsmuir Ridge, looking south at the southernmost part of Oakland. The hill on the horizon is in San Leandro, and the fault goes through the notch on its right. Downward and to the left is a bit of the pavement of Revere Avenue, where the fault has split the roadway (as shown in this post). The map below shows this stretch of the fault along with the evidence of movement on it—the dirt road I’m standing on is at the top.
“G” means geomorphic evidence, “1” is the most strongly pronounced while “3” is weak. The other codes are as follows: n, notch; rs, right-offset stream or gully; vl, line of vegetation; sl, linear scarp; hv, linear hillside valley; hb, linear hillside bench.