Transportation News for March 22, 2017

San Francisco Chronicle: Brown ‘cautiously optimistic’ about federal Caltrain funding East Bay Times: BART riders, Fremont residents hope relief is on the way with Warm Springs station opening Mercury News: Roadshow: Who won the BART Warm Springs opening date contest? Marin Independent Journal: San Rafael reluctantly OKs SMART deal involving Larkspur extension Napa Valley Register: Take the Napa Commute Challenge […]

Transportation News for March 31, 2017

San Francisco Chronicle: Uber slows move into Oakland headquarters San Francisco Chronicle: A year later, I-580 pay-to-use lanes are a success, report says San Francisco Chronicle: Newest ferryboat makes its debut on the bay Mercury News: Video: $15.1 million ferry Hydrus takes to the water on San Francisco Bay San Francisco Examiner: All aboard San Francisco’s newest ferry vessel East […]

BPC Gains Congressional Support for Local Beneficial Reuse Projects

Click here to read the letter from 11 members of Congress to the  U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in support of including the Bay Area as a beneficial use pilot program site Click here to read the letter from BPC CEO John Coleman to Garret Graves re: Testimony for the March 9, 2017 Subcommittee Hearing on Building […]

Transportation News for March 20, 2017

San Francisco Chronicle: Trump’s proposed infrastructure cuts prompt @SFBART tweetstorm San Francisco Chronicle: Caltrans demolishes Big Sur bridge after days of setbacks Mercury News: Caltrans: Highway 1 replacement bridge in Big Sur ready in six months San Francisco Chronicle: Lombard Street crush: Let’s bend a little for the tourists San Francisco Chronicle: State set to regulate self-driving cars, but is […]

Transportation News for March 17, 2017

San Francisco Chronicle: A year later, I-580 pay-to-use lanes are a success, report says San Francisco Chronicle: Last legal obstacle for streetcar loop in SF’s Dogpatch falls East Bay Times: Learn more about legislation to fix road crisis Mercury News: Big Sur: Highway 1 bridge demolition progresses, slowly Mercury News: Roadshow: Toll lanes’ double white lines will disappear Santa Rosa […]

Transportation News for March 16, 2017

East Bay Times: Most agree Bay Area freeway cameras can help prevent shootings, paying for them is another matter East Bay Times: Brentwood to get Mokelumne Trail pedestrian overpass East Bay Times: San Pablo: New westbound I-80/El Portal on-ramp set to open Mercury News: Menlo Park: City awards $600K contract for Middle crossing Mercury News: VTA route changes could inconvenience […]

Transportation News for March 15, 2017

San Francisco Chronicle: Lombard Street fee plan meets resistance from 2 supervisors East Bay Times: Orinda: Residents, city hammer out deal for sinkhole fix East Bay Times: BART puts brakes on proposed ‘Sanctuary in Transit’ policy, for now Mercury News: Highway 1 to Big Sur reopens to public Mercury News: Roadshow: Will Trump give us a new freeway from San […]

Transportation News for March 14, 2017

San Francisco Chronicle: Northeast blizzard causes nearly 90 flight cancellations at SFO Mercury News: The dream of high-speed rail in California is taking longer and costing more Mercury News: Roadshow: Why is nothing being done about the potholes? Santa Rosa Press Democrat: Transportation bill survives first tests in Sacramento KRON 4: VIDEO: Old Bay Bridge demolition delaying full opening of […]

Transportation News for March 13, 2017

New York Times: Cars Will Talk to One Another. Exactly How Is Less Certain. Futurism: Expert: Self-Driving Cars Will Eliminate Traffic Jams by 2030 Bloomberg: States Aren’t Waiting for Trump to Seek Funds for Infrastructure San Francisco Chronicle: Intel to pay $15.3 billion for Mobileye San Francisco Chronicle: BART’s long-awaited Warm Springs extension to open March 25 San Francisco Chronicle: Bay […]

Transportation News for March 9, 2017

SFGate: BART looking at raising fares, charging more for paper tickets SFGate: Survey: Most Americans afraid to ride in self-driving cars SFGate: Uber self-driving cars are coming back to California roads   SF Cbronicle: Never on weekdays: Bay Bridge bike, pedestrian path mostly closed East Bay Times: Alaska Airlines plots new San Jose, San Francisco routes Mercury News: Roadshow: Why Honda […]