Transportation News for November 22, 2017

San Francisco Chronicle: BART’s big dig leading to a big fight in Silicon Valley  San Francisco Chronicle: Cross at your own risk: San Francisco’s most dangerous intersections  San Francisco Chronicle: Last stop for cannabis advertising on Muni buses, trains, stations and stops  East Bay Times: The worst places to drive this Thanksgiving; plus AAA’s car-sharing service, Gig, expands to […]

Transportation News for November 21, 2017

San Francisco Chronicle: 3 Golden Gate Bridge toll plaza lanes are routinely shut – here’s why  San Francisco Chronicle: Uber strikes deal with Volvo to bring more self-driving cars to its network  East Bay Times: Counties target San Pablo Avenue corridor with $312 million project  East Bay Times: Richmond snares more than $7.2 million in greening grants  Mercury News: Panel […]

Transportation News for November 20, 2017

San Francisco Chronicle: Court sides with Becerra’s ballot description of gas tax initiative  San Francisco Chronicle: New Muni train, designed to be quieter and more spacious, hit San Francisco streets  San Francisco Examiner: Photo Gallery: New Muni train rolls out at Duboce and Church  San Francisco Chronicle: SF’s Muni considers yanking marijuana ads from its buses  San Francisco Chronicle: Why […]

Transportation News for November 16, 2017

San Francisco Chronicle: Many California voters don’t like state gas tax increase, poll finds  San Francisco Chronicle: California may limit liability for makers of self-driving cars  East Bay Times: East Bay bus agency to launch Uber-like ‘on-demand’ service  Mercury News: Roadshow: A quick way to beat traffic at SFO  Marin Independent Journal: Sonoma, Napa fire victims to get SMART passes  […]

Transportation News for November 15, 2017

Mercury News: Roadshow: Changing carpool rules to three people draws jeers  Marin Independent Journal: Larkspur parking spaces lost as SMART moves in  San Francisco Examiner: Video study approved to assess Uber, Lyft impact on Valencia Street bike lanes  Lamorinda Weekly: Potential breakthrough to the parking logjam at Orinda BART  Automotive News: Redesigning the Industry  Automotive News: Bob Lutz: Kiss the good […]

Transportation News for November 14, 2017

East Bay Times: Carpool to Orinda BART station, get guaranteed parking  Mercury News: Roadshow: Highway 101-Willow Road to be slow drive for six months  Santa Rosa Press Democrat: Coming soon: Free parking in downtown Santa Rosa  Berkeleyside: Hearst Avenue: Where bikes, buses, cars and pedestrians have to get along  Marin Independent Journal: Novato still seeking grants for downtown SMART stop  […]

Transportation News for November 13, 2017

San Francisco Chronicle: Repeal gas tax or end revenue for road repairs? It’s the same ballot measure  San Francisco Chronicle: Guide dog puppies create a stir as they ride Muni Metro downtown  East Bay Times: Editorial: Make California self-driving car regulations a model for America  East Bay Times: Would you pay $7.50 for Antioch eBART trip to SF? Speak […]

Transportation News for November 8, 2017

East Bay Times: BART’s new train cars failed key safety inspection, calling into question Thanksgiving rollout  San Francisco Chronicle: SF to experiment with Uber and Lyft passenger loading and pick-up zone  San Francisco Chronicle: Passengers on SF-to-Vallejo ferry stranded on water for nearly 4 hours  Mercury News: Roadshow: More CHP patrols for sideshows, other forms of reckless driving  Mercury […]

Transportation News for November 6, 2017

San Francisco Chronicle: GOP sees prospective gas-tax election fight as oasis in California desert  Los Angeles Times: Capitol Journal Blasting California’s gas tax while working to cut federal tax breaks? That’s called hypocrisy  East Bay Times: Opinion: New taxes, tolls, bonds and fees just keep coming  Santa Rosa Press Democrat: Guest editorial: With the gas tax increase, it’s time […]

Transportation News for November 3, 2017

Mercury News: Opinion: Mystery fuel surcharge much costlier than new gas tax  Mercury News: Roadshow: Jeez, some don’t know what a red arrow means  San Francisco Examiner: ‘Neighborway’ at Golden Gate Park entrance to reduce nearby car traffic by half  Politifact: Does California spend ‘nearly 5 times as much’ to build a mile of road as rest of nation?