Transportation News for September 25, 2017

San Francisco Chronicle: Racers across Golden Gate Bridge limited to sidewalks  San Francisco Chronicle: Leftover Burning Man bicycles may get second life with hurricane victims  East Bay Times: Fixes to East County bicycling dangers on the way, say transportation officials  Mercury News: Roadshow: Lawsuit means delays on Measure B projects  Mercury News: Roadshow: Do deer whistles work? What about horns?  […]

Transportation News for September 21, 2017

San Francisco Chronicle: SF supes want small businesses bailed out for impact of subway construction  San Francisco Chronicle: Editorial: BART — we want better system, not free rides  East Bay Times: Peterson: Legislator wants to hold BART accountable but don’t hold your breath  East Bay Times: Parking by the purple: A long-term Walnut Creek solution  Mercury News: Roadshow: Highway 101 […]

Transportation News for September 20, 2017

San Francisco Chronicle: Joaquin Miller Road safety improvements may be having opposite effect  Mercury News: Roadshow: $20 bridge toll called extortion by angry driver  Pleasanton Weekly: Tri-Valley paratransit study moving forward  KQED: Transportation Plan Would Expand BART Fleet, Raise Bridge Tolls 

Transportation News for September 19, 2017

San Francisco Chronicle: These have been judged the Bay Area’s 10 worst commutes  East Bay Times: Traffic on major Bay Area freeways has grown 80 percent since 2010  NBC: Bay Area Freeway Traffic Continues to Worsen: MTC  KTVU: Bay Area commutes getting longer, more congested: Top 10 worst commutes of 2016  Mercury News: Roadshow: Highway 17 paving, now and down […]

Transportation News for September 18, 2017

KQED: $4.4 Billion Bay Area Transportation Plan — to Be Paid for by Higher Bridge Tolls — Sent to Governor  San Francisco Chronicle: Going across a Bay Area bridge might get a lot more expensive  San Francisco Chronicle: Bay Bridge traffic back to normal after implosion work  San Francisco Chronicle: BART randomly hands out free tickets to boost weekend […]

Transportation News for September 15, 2017

San Francisco Chronicle: Transbay Transit Center – a difficult journey  VB Profiles: State Legislature Approves Toll Bill, Gives Bay Area Voters Chance to Improve Commute Options  East Bay Times: Bigger rebates for EV buyers hit a speed bump  Mercury News: Editorial: Privacy risk in self-driving cars? Senate has to fix that loophole in federal bill  Mercury News: Willow Glen road […]

Transportation News for September 14, 2017

San Francisco Chronicle: SF ponders new rules for Chariot and other private transit vehicles  San Francisco Chronicle: Central Subway could start partial service in time to serve Warriors’ arena  San Francisco Chronicle: Renewable diesel use in California moves to fast track  San Francisco Chronicle: How self-driving trucks might actually mean more trucking jobs  San Francisco Chronicle: Self-driving boats: The next […]

Transportation News for September 13, 2017

San Francisco Chronicle: Feds vow to clear road for self-driving car makers  Mercury News: US updates self-driving car guidelines as more hit the road  San Francisco Chronicle: Tesla, driver both to blame in fatal crash last year, NTSB finds  East Bay Times: Curious about construction projects in Concord? There’s a map for that  Mercury News: Report: Investment needed to prepare […]

Transportation News for September 12, 2017

East Bay Times: Editorial: In massive wealth transfer, $3 bridge toll hike subsidizes Silicon Valley  San Francisco Chronicle: GM, Cruise unveil self-driving car ready for mass production  Mercury News: Electric cars dominate the buzz at Frankfurt auto show  Mercury News: California, 4 other states sue Trump administration over fuel economy fines  Mercury News: Roadshow: ‘Are you going to admit HAWK […]

Transportation News for September 11, 2017

East Bay Times: Free rides for 17,000 — really, BART?  East Bay Times: Golden Gate Bridge clock to stay despite toll modifications  Mercury News: Saratoga woman’s lawsuit leaves Measure B tax money on hold, delays transportation projects  Mercury News: Opinion: Legislation can fix ‘paying more for being poor’ in traffic fines  Mercury News: Big Sur’s southern access to stay closed […]