Transportation News for August 10, 2016

San Francisco Chronicle: New cars delayed, but BART says future fleet is still on track San Francisco Chronicle: Waiting and wondering about all these big Bay Area transportation projects East Bay Times: Contra Costa supes put transportation tax on November ballot Fairfield Daily Republic: Frazier says big transportation bill to be unveiled Fresno Bee: Time is money – $50 million […]

Transportation News for August 9, 2016

San Francisco Chronicle: It’s Uber’s world — does Lyft have a future in it?  San Francisco Chronicle: Lyft to allow multiple stops on rides Santa Rosa Press Democrat: Lane splitting to become legal? San Francisco Examiner: SF approves agreement for Caltrain electrification Los Angeles Times: State rail authority will seek a $35-million increase for key project in bullet train plan […]

Transportation News for August 8, 2016

Mercury News: Power system failures plague BART’s new cars Mercury News: Milpitas Post Editorial: The half-cent sales tax increase to take a giant bite out of our traffic congestion may be a tough sell but worth it Santa Rosa Press Democrat: SMART train horns spur request for ‘quiet zones’ along tracks Marin Independent Journal: Marin Headlands’ ‘Five-Minute Tunnel’ to […]

Transportation News for August 5, 2016

East Bay Times: California lawmakers approve motorcyclists’ lane splitting Los Angeles Times: Without more walkable cities, building new transit won’t reverse Metro’s ridership decline Fairfield Daily Republic: Spering heralds Peabody Road overcrossing as part of ‘Fairfield’s new frontier’ San Francisco Examiner: Streets where two cyclists were killed to net major safety overhaul Daily Californian: Water taxi service Tideline looks to […]

Transportation News for August 4, 2016

Washington Post: Chinese company tests giant bus that drives over cars Mercury News: Amtrak: New locomotives have cut delays nearly 25 percent San Francisco Examiner: Chariot expands service into far-flung neighborhoods

Transportation News for August 3, 2016

San Francisco Chronicle: Thoughts on the Bay Bridge’s old eastern span fading into history San Francisco Chronicle: Last big piece of old Bay Bridge ready to sail into history San Francisco Examiner: Pedestrian group tries to save car-free Stockton Street proposal Richmond Standard: 43 ramp meters on I-80 to begin operating all day starting Tuesday Tri-City Voice: Warm Springs/South Fremont […]

Transportation News for August 2, 2016

San Francisco Chronicle: BART director Radulovich won’t seek re-election East Bay Times: Richmond: Help plan future bike and pedestrian trail East Bay Times: Walnut Creek rolls out mobile parking app Marin Independent Journal: Marin toll cheats and perps face extra hurdle with new license plate law Napa Valley Register: Napa airport improvement proposals go to supervisors San Francisco Chronicle: Uber may […]

Transportation News for August 1, 2016

  Mercury News: Roadshow: Carpool onramp hours — all day, or just until 9 a.m.? East Bay Times: Motorists flocking to newly opened I-580 express lanes in Alameda County San Francisco Examiner: Aiming to alleviate crowding, Muni 5-Fulton route to get bigger buses San Francisco Examiner: Uber seeks to shield ‘UberPool’ secrets in new CA regulations NBC: Power Failures Ail […]

Transportation News for July 29, 2016

East Bay Times: Can ferrys, double-decker buses and carpool lots fix East Bay-to-SF commute? San Francisco Chronicle: $6.3 million granted for upgrades at Oakland BART station San Francisco Chronicle: BART riders warned of weekend shutdown between SF, Daly City Mercury News: VTA: Test trains at Milpitas BART Station up and running in six months KRON: Video: MTC aims to ease […]

Transportation News for July 28, 2016

East Bay Times: Bay Bridge corridor: $40M suite of programs to provide short-term traffic relief  East Bay Times:  BART: Perks pilot program to roll out late summer or early fall  Mercury news:  Roadshow: Garlic fest, antiques show will bring Highways 101, 152 and 1 to a crawl this weekend  Marin Independent Journal: Marin commuters benefit from $18M […]