Transportation News for January 10, 2018

San Francisco Chronicle: $3 toll hike for Bay Area bridges nearly set for June ballot  KTVU: Authorities consider toll hikes on seven Bay Area bridges  Mercury News: Roadshow: Much work remains on Highway 84 widening  Marin Independent Journal: Muir Woods: Supervisors move to ban long buses from road  Napa Valley Register: VINE Transit offering free rides Jan. 15 to 17 […]

Energy News for January 10, 2018

Orlando Sentinel: Trump administration backs off Florida drilling proposal The Wall Street Journal: Carl Icahn Pushes SandRidge to Make Board Changes Reuters: Oil pipelines ask U.S. FERC to reject Magellan rehearing request Reuters: Tullow Oil tiptoes back into exploration The New York Times: Power Companies Got a Tax Cut. Will Your Bill Reflect It? Houston Chronicle: API president to Trump: Don’t […]

California Water News for January 10, 2018

LA Times: Death toll from slides rises to 15 with daybreak air rescues set to begin in Montecito KPCC: How do you know if your home is at risk from mudflows? SF Gate: 2017 was costliest year ever in U.S. for weather, climate disasters LA Times: Sudden, unstoppable and deadly: Mudslides bring destruction with nowhere to hide LA Times: About […]

Transportation News for January 9, 2018

San Francisco Chronicle: How to fix the Bay Area’s nasty commute? Locals weigh in  East Bay Times: Coming soon: Ford GoBike, LimeBike to add electric bicycles to their fleets  Mercury News: Roadshow: Concrete “dips” can send drivers airborne  Mercury News: Two Marin doctors charged with riding bikes illegally, resisting arrest  Marin Independent Journal: Bay Area toll hike measure likely for […]

Pacific Maritime Magazine Online for January 9, 2018

  FORWARD SIGN UP TO RECEIVE PMM ONLINE SUBSCRIBE TO THE PRINT EDITION   INSIDE PACIFIC MARITIME MAGAZINE   No Coal for You By Chris Philips, Managing Editor   On page 19 of this issue we note the rejection of two shoreline permits by a Washington State hearing examiner for the construction of a $680 million coal terminal. […]

Energy News for January 9, 2018

E&E News: Lawyers behind oil and gas bans smacked with court sanctions E&E News: Oil and gas heavyweight joins defense of BLM’s methane rollback Bloomberg: OPEC Doesn’t Want Brent Over $60 a Barrel, Says Iran’s Oil Minister Bloomberg: Recharged Shale Boom in 2018 Still Faces Shortage of Frackers Bloomberg: Perry Plan to Help Coal, Nuclear Plants Rejected by Regulators The […]

California Water News for January 9, 2018

Time Magazine: Thousands Evacuated From California Wildfire Areas Amid Flash Flood Fears Sacramento Bee: First big winter storm reaches California. Here’s what it means for the water year LA Times: Big snows come to California — finally — ahead of long holiday weekend Modesto Bee: Winter storms produce ‘atmospheric river,’ needed rain for the Modesto area NBC LA: Maps: Wildfire […]

Beacon Economics – California Trade Report for January 2018

    LOGIN CREATE AN ACCOUNT January 2018 California Exports Recover California’s export trade rebounded in the latest numbers. Favorable conditions abroad and a weakening dollar have helped boost the state’s export activity. Looking ahead, the trade picture for 2018 remains solid with U.S. trade policy being the major wildcard. Read Full Analysis Now SHARE:  Meet […]

Transportation News for January 8, 2018

San Francisco Chronicle: Lyft trips in San Francisco more efficient than personal cars, study finds  San Francisco Chronicle: Don’t have a Clipper card? You’re giving BART a big cash windfall  Mercury News: Roadshow: Many disabled parking abusers are family or friends  Mercury News: Roadshow: Changes coming to Capitol Expressway  Marin Independent Journal: Richmond-San Rafael Bridge third lane could open next […]

EBMUD Job Opportunities for the Week of January 8, 2018

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