Transportation News for September 20, 2018

San Francisco Examiner: Drivers to pay Treasure Island toll in both directions starting in 2021 San Francisco Examiner: California aims to get less affluent plug-in drivers into carpool lanes Mercury News: Red-light runners beware of rat boxes: Roadshow Press Democrat: SMART to begin work on extension of commuter rail to Windsor San Francisco Examiner: Lime […]

BPC Expert Briefing: CEQA Update 2018

BPC EXPERT BRIEFING CEQA Update 2018 October 25, 2018 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM Wendel, Rosen, Black & Dean lLP 1111 Broadway, 19th Floor, Oakland, CA 2.00 General MCLE credit hours pending approval Join us for our 6th annual CEQA Update where we will hear from some of the Bay Area’s leading legal experts on […]

Bank of the West Daily Update for September 20, 2018

Click here for the Bank of the West Daily Update for September 20, 2018.


Click here to view Change Sheet #1 for Item 5 for today’s State Water Resources Control Board meeting.

Energy News for September 20, 2018

Financial Times: Trump seeks to replace Iranian oil sources for allies Platts: Mexico’s incoming president to tweak, not abandon energy reforms: adviser Platts: Access to gas supply could be a challenge for new US LNG exporters The Associated Press: Massive 2013 oil spill in North Dakota finally cleaned up Bloomberg: California Clean Energy Mandate Comes […]

Water News for September 20, 2018

Los Angeles Times: Local water officials discuss 50-year extension of State Water Project contract Sacramento Bee: Mendocino Complex, biggest wildfire in California history, now 100 percent contained Chico Enterprise-Record: Bill to form Oroville Dam citizens advisory commission signed into law Transport Topics News; ASCE Gives California’s Kern County C on Infrastructure Times of San Diego: […]

Transportation News for September 19, 2018

Mercury News: Big changes coming to Clipper card Lanes to close during installation of suicide net on Golden Gate Bridge San Francisco Examiner: City to redesign intersection where cyclist was struck, killed Los Angeles Times: Passenger rail project between Southern California and Las Vegas has a new backer Mercury News: Losing carpool stickers brings […]

The Bulletin from SFBJV for September 19, 2018

                        THE BULLETIN                       timely wetlands news from the SFBJV      September 19, 2018              2018 Duck Stamp winner When the birds come back to the Bay Area   Yes, the days are getting shorter and the diminishing light is casting longer […]

Pacific Maritime Magazine Online for September 18, 2018

  FORWARD  SIGN UP TO RECEIVE PMM ONLINE SUBSCRIBE TO THE PRINT EDITION     INSIDE PACIFIC MARITIME MAGAZINE      Jetsam By Chris Philips, Managing Editor     What’s long and thin, made of plastic, often brightly colored, floats in the Pacific and is the bane of humanity? If you said kayaktivists, you’d be right, but […]

Hurricanes Are Getting Worse. Californians Should Take Note.

Click here for the recent PPIC article, ‘Hurricanes Are Getting Worse. Californians Should Take Note.’