Transportation News for February 26, 2018

San Francisco Chronicle: Look, ma, no driver! Cars without humans coming to California soon San Francisco Chronicle: Adopt congestion pricing to tame SF traffic  San Francisco Chronicle: Turo sues SF over airport rental car classification  San Francisco Chronicle: Sardine-like train rides suggest Californians like the rails East Bay Times: Studies are increasingly clear: Uber, Lyft congest cities East Bay Times: Union […]

Transportation News for February 22, 2018

Mercury News: Pizarro: LimeBike has invaded downtown San Jose Mercury News: Roadshow: ‘Woz’ is a model behind the wheel Marin Independent Journal: Marin City underpass to get lights; other projects on the way  San Francisco Examiner: Cable cars may go cashless in 2019 San Francisco Examiner: Driverless cars without humans at the wheel may be approved for California as soon […]

Transportation News for February 20, 2018

San Francisco Chronicle: Editorial: To add housing, California must rethink transportation  San Francisco Chronicle: Poll says SF voters like Uber and Lyft but scrubs some unfavorable results San Francisco Chronicle: Oakland citizen oversight in limbo despite $600 million bond for repairs Mercury News: Could reversible lanes break up the highway clog? Mercury News: Roadshow: Self-driving cars won’t have warning signs […]

San Francisco Residents Support Bond to Fix Seawall, Poll Shows

SF residents support big bond to fix seawall, poll finds San Francisco Chronicle Nearly three-quarters of San Francisco voters would support a bond measure of up to $500 million to improve the city’s disintegrating seawall, a piece of infrastructure that is largely unseen but that experts say is of vital importance in protecting the city against major […]

President Trump Proposes Big Changes to NEPA for Nation’s Infrastructure Needs

Trump proposes sweeping changes to NEPA Nick Sobczyk, E&E News reporter Published: Monday, February 12, 2018 President Trump today proposed big changes to the National Environmental Policy Act as part of his program to overhaul the nation’s infrastructure. The plan, formally released this morning, includes $200 billion of new spending to be paid for by cuts […]

Transportation News for February 9, 2018

San Francisco Chronicle: Time to face reality: We need another bay bridge  East Bay Times: No one likes Bay Area traffic, but getting us out of our cars is a challenge East Bay Times: Uber, Waymo settle self-driving tech lawsuit Mercury News: Roadshow: Changes coming to 580-680 interchange in Dublin Berkeleyside: Gilman roundabout plans take another step forward San Francisco […]

Transportation News for February 8, 2018

San Francisco Chronicle: MTC Launches Online Survey For Public Input Mercury News: Fix for San Jose’s 101-to-87 fiasco is held up by lawsuit Marin Independent Journal: Editorial: Take a look at using Highway 101 shoulders for buses San Francisco Examiner: Firefighters union asks mayoral candidates for veto power over bike lanes, pedestrian safety projects Recode: Uber’s partnership with Jump could […]

Transportation News for February 7, 2018

San Francisco Chronicle: SF has the worst traffic congestion in the U.S., and it may have cost us $10.6 billion last year Mercury News: South Bay projects could aid East Bay commuters Marin Independent Journal: Downtown San Rafael taxi stand moved to accommodate SMART San Francisco Examiner: SFMTA owes app developer more than $300K in commissions Sacramento Bee: California drivers […]

PMSA’S McLaurin says California Ports and Air Quality Agencies Must Help the Maritime Industry Achieve Zero Emission Goals

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Transportation News for February 6, 2018

Mercury News: Caltrain to roll out mobile ticketing app Mercury News: California on path to meet goal of 1.5 million electric cars, but charging stations lag behind Mercury News: Roadshow: High-income folks may not be eligible for carpool stickers Marin Independent Journal: Marin road projects listed for gas tax funds Marin Independent Journal: Editorial: Bridge lane study — better late […]