Transportation News for June 16, 2016

San Francisco Chronicle: Deal on old Tenderloin post office a boost for affordable housing San Francisco Chronicle: California Budget: By the numbers East Bay Times: Oakland looks to add car-sharing options East Bay Times: Bay Bridge: Changes boost bike path cost by $6.3 million East Bay Times: Alameda: Rent program will cost nearly $2 million Mercury News: Fremont: Council approves 80-unit […]

Transportation News for June 15, 2016

Mercury News: Roadshow: Pedestrians need to watch out for quiet cars Mercury News: Roadshow: Why the DMV stopped testing Californians’ freeway skills Marin Independant Journal: Marin Transit studies senior transportation as elderly population grows Napa Valley Register: County government cuts greenhouse gases by 10 percent San Francisco Examiner: Crime on Muni drops, though still eludes low-crime goal Sacramento Bee: California economy […]

Transportation News for June 14, 2016

San Francisco Chronicle: High-speed rail lawsuit delays cost $63 million, 17 months Sasn Francisco Chronicle: Starting Tuesday, northbound G.G. Bridge commuters catch a break San Francisco Chronicle: When the Golden Gate Bridge was closed by a violent storm Mercury News: Mercury News editorial: San Jose’s Senter Road housing plan should be approved Mercury News: Roadshow: San Tomas Expressway project will […]

Transportation News for June 9, 2016

East Bay Times: BART board to consider $3.5B bond, $1.8B budget East Bay Times: Alameda council supports parking fee at ferry terminal Sonoma County Gazette: SMART sets Fares and offers Eco-Pass and Bulk Discounts San Francisco Examiner: New legal filings indicate General Motors may start leasing cars for Lyft drivers in California Los Angeles Times: China will not build L.A.-to-Vegas […]

Transportation News for June 8, 2016

  Fairfield Daily Republic: Solano voters say no to sales tax hike for road repair SF Examiner: Survey shows more than half of SF residents don’t use Uber, Lyft KALW: The new cost of driving – express lanes come to the Bay Area

Transportation News for June 7, 2016

Mercury News: Roadshow: Carpool cheaters gain the CHP’s attention East Bay Times: Bay Bridge: Oversight committee seeks $2.9 million toll-funds infusion San Mateo Daily Journal: County transit agencies approve budgets: Several hundred million dollars support local TA, Caltrain, SamTrans projects

Transportation News for June 6, 2016

FairWarning: Growing Momentum for Self-Driving Cars Worries Safety Advocates San Francisco Chronicle: L.A.’s new Metro line will dash commuting dreams Mercury News: San Leandro: Vision for Bayfair Center and BART station includes more retail, housing Mercury News: Silicon Valley: Half-cent transit tax going to voters Santa Rosa Press Democrat: Petaluma’s roads ranked second-worst in new MTC study RT&S: Caltrain approves FY […]

Vital Signs Update for June 2016

Data Release | June 2016 New Data Point to Aging Transit Infrastructure and Stable Pavement Conditions The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) today released updates to two critical performance indicators – street pavement condition and transit asset condition. Incorporating new data from year 2015, both indicators highlight the region’s challenges in moving toward a state of […]

Transportation News for June 2, 2016

San Francisco Chronicle: Self-driving cars rule old Concord Naval Weapons Station East Bay Times: Caltrans awards $16.2 million for South, East Bay transit projects East Bay Times: Alameda: Parking changes proposed for Harbor Bay Ferry Terminal East Bay Times: In Concord, Honda tests the automotive future Mercury News: Editorial: BART measure needs to go on ballot Mercury News: Roadshow: Touch the […]

Transportation News for June 1, 2016

East Bay Times: Oakland streets already worst and getting worse (East Bay Times My Word) Mercury News: Roadshow: A plea to raise carpool to 4 passengers, with no motorcycles allowed Santa Rosa Press Democrat: How much would you pay to ride the SMART train? Marin Independent Journal: Marin Voice: A chance to plan for Marin housing and traffic North […]