Transportation News for September 25, 2018

San Francisco Chronicle: Transit Week gets off to rough start as train delays disrupt officials’ commutes San Francisco Chronicle: Pie makers and other early birds could get assist during Transbay Tube work KQED: Audio: From $250,000 to $0: Taxi Medallions in S.F. SF Curbed: Modernization of Clipper card won’t include high-tech features already used in […]

Energy News for September 25, 2018

The Associated Press: Keystone XL developer plans to start construction in 2019 The Wall Street Journal: Other Oil Grades Considered for Brent Benchmark Platts: China trade tensions unlikely to hit Unipec’s US crude buying The Associated Press: Judge orders US to revive public role in energy lease sales Bloomberg: Deepwater Oil Rigs on Brink of […]

Water News for September 25, 2018

The Weather Channel: National Parks Warming Twice as Fast as Rest of Country, Study Says The Union: Ten years of fighting aquatic invasive species at Lake Tahoe San Francisco Chronicle: Dangerous fire conditions spark red flag warnings across Northern California Fort Bragg Advocate-News: Salmon feeding ground on Ten Mile River is a ‘win-win’ Action News […]

Transportation News for September 24, 2018

East Bay Times: Car-free and carefree in San Jose, thanks to Viva Calle Mercury News: Highway 17 back to being a scary mess: Roadshow Press Democrat: California to audit DMV amid hourslong wait times, outages Mercury News: Tales of the DMV misery continue to pour in: Roadshow Napa Valley Register: Napa County looks at congestion-busting […]

Energy News for September 24, 2018

Reuters: Keystone XL pipeline route would not harm environment: State Department Reuters: World oil demand, refining growth to peak in 2035: Unipec Bloomberg: Canada Restarts Approval Process for Trans Mountain Oil Pipeline The Wall Street Journal: Delta Seeks Partner for Its Jet-Fuel Refinery Platts: US may be prepping Venezuela oil sector sanctions: analysts Platts: Mexico […]

Water News for September 24, 2018

San Francisco Chronicle: $823 million, 31 billion-gallon Calaveras Reservoir dam ready for debut Sierra Sun Times: Economic Analysis Shows Value of Investing in WaterFix: California Water Users Will See Benefits Far Exceeding Costs, DWR Reports Los Angeles Times: Los Angeles reduces Eastern Sierra water deliveries because of climate change. At risk, ranchers say, is a […]

Transportation News for September 21, 2018

Sacramento Bee: Editorial: Hating Caltrans isn’t a good enough reason to repeal the gas tax San Francisco Chronicle: Bay Area transit agencies prepare for a Treasure Island population boom San Francisco Chronicle: Buses will keep rolling to Oakland hills schools until at least June 2020 East Bay Times: BART’s fare evasion fines hit African-Americans hardest […]

Energy News for September 21, 2018

Bloomberg: Exxon, Chevron Climate U-Turn Includes $300 Million for Research Quartz: US oil giants ExxonMobil and Chevron finally join a global climate initiative-as an Indian titan exits Houston Chronicle: Lopez Obrador moves ahead on refinery overhaul, threatening U.S. gasoline exports Houston Chronicle: BP targets Texas for American comeback Platts: Bakken operators facing shift to less […]

Water News for September 21, 2018

Los Angeles Times: 87 days of smog: Southern California just saw its longest streak of bad air in decades Lake County News: Governor signs bill to cut red tape and implement quagga and zebra mussel inspection programs News Deeply: Hoover Dam as Giant Battery? The Hurdles Are More Legal Than Technical San Gabriel Valley Tribune: […]

Transportation News for September 20, 2018

San Francisco Examiner: Drivers to pay Treasure Island toll in both directions starting in 2021 San Francisco Examiner: California aims to get less affluent plug-in drivers into carpool lanes Mercury News: Red-light runners beware of rat boxes: Roadshow Press Democrat: SMART to begin work on extension of commuter rail to Windsor San Francisco Examiner: Lime […]