Transportation News for April 19, 2018

San Francisco Chronicle: Bay Area bridge gets new peak-hour lane beginning Friday San Francisco Chronicle: SF officials haul in 24 more illegally parked rental scooters KALW: Hey Area: What help is there for Oakland businesses impacted by bus rapid transit? Mercury News: These new express lanes should bring some relief to our congested roads Mercury […]

Energy News for April 19, 2018

Reuters: Exxon faces setback in Iraq as oil and water mix Platts: Freeport LNG confirms Train 1 start seen in September 2019, cites flooding of yards The Guardian: Researchers create super sponge that mops up oil spills Platts: Trade group eyes FERC, FCC collaboration to better address utility communications needs Kellie Lunney, E&E News: BLM […]

Richmond Today Community Newsletter April 2018

Click here to read the April 2018 edition of the Richmond Today Community Newsletter.

Bank of the West Daily Update for April 19, 2018

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Water News for April 19, 2018

Maven’s Notebook: OROVILLE DAM SPILLWAYS Construction Update for April 18 (with photos and video) Water Deeply: How California Water Suppliers Are Getting Earthquake-Ready Press Democrat: Sonoma County groundwater management agencies get $3 million in state grants California Water Plan eNews: CWC schedules meetings with Water Storage Investment Program applicants Valley Public Radio: As New Water […]

PMSA Invite: Ultra-Clean Cargo Handling Equipment Summit

  INVITES YOU TO PARTICIPATE:     Advanced Clean Transportation Expo May 2-3, 2018 Long Beach Convention Center     PMSA has partnered with the Advanced Clean Transportation (ACT) Expo   to provide a forum for terminal operators and other port stakeholders to   learn about the future of cargo handling equipment, including the latest […]

Transportation News for April 18, 2018

San Francisco Chronicle: SF supervisors pass law to regulate scooters that have descended on city East Bay Times: San Francisco impounds electric scooters, execs called ‘spoiled brats’ Mercury News: New express lanes may speed your Bay Area commute — for a price Mercury News: “Horrible” interchanges abound in East Bay: Roadshow Marin Independent Journal: Richmond-San […]

May 2018 RAWG Update: Horizon Guiding Principles, Futures Creation & Project Performance Assessment

May 2018 RAWG Update: Horizon Guiding Principles, Futures Creation & Project Performance Assessment Month in Review At the RAWG meeting on April 3, planning staff provided an overview of the feedback received at the March pop-up events and via the online survey as part of the Horizon initiative. Planning staff also shared Horizon’s preliminary Guiding […]

Resilient By Design – Dispatches from the Challenge: April 16, 2018

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Bay Area Climate News from CRI – April 2018

BAY AREA CLIMATE NEWS FROM CRI April 2018      THE BIG PICTURE   GHG Emissions Rose in 2017 — Renewables growing fast…but not fast enough The New York Times breaks down the top 5 reasons why global GHGs rose in 2017. While renewables grew faster than any other energy sector, they couldn’t match the growth in overall energy demand. […]