Transportation News for February 18, 2015

Bill to require bike helmets intrigues but needs work San Francisco Chronicle BART to develop technology to protect trackside workers from trains Contra Costa Times Dick Spotswood: How many bicyclists will ride across Richmond bridge? Marin Independent Journal POLITICO Morning Transportation for 2/18/2015  By Heather Caygle, With help from Kathryn A. Wolfe and Kevin Robillard BIDEN, […]

West Coast Port Woes could Hurt U.S. Companies for Months

Bloomberg: West Coast port woes could hurt U.S. companies for months  

Notice of Opportunity for Public Comment for Caltrans Amendments

State Water Resources Control Board: Attached here is a Notice of Opportunity for Public Comment on the proposed Amendment to Statewide Storm Water Permit for State of California Department of Transportation Proposed Revision of Areas of Special Biological Significance Priority Discharge Monitoring Locations. In the Notice you will also find a link to the proposed amendments […]

Naval Station Treasure Island Communications

The Agenda for the February 17, 2015 Restoration Advisory Board (RAB) Meeting has been posted on the Navy BRAC website: February 17, 2015 Treasure Island RAB Agenda The First Five-Year Review document has also been posted: December 2014 First Five-Year Review   Additional information about the former NS Treasure Island

Ports to Stop Unloading Cargo for Four Days Amid Labor Dispute

Los Angeles Times: Ports to stop unloading cargo for four days amid labor dispute — Shipping companies said they will stop unloading ships at West Coast ports for four of the next five days because they don’t want to pay overtime to workers they allege have deliberately slowed operations.

Regular Board Meeting for the Port of Oakland on February 26, 2015

The Port of Oakland is holding a Regular Boarding Meeting on February 26, 2015. Please, click here to view the agenda.

Transportation News for February 11, 2015

Newly-elected council member sets goals and priorities San Jose Mercury News SF launches vehicle training program to improve safety on streets San Francisco Examiner Man-made climate change may need man-made remedies, science panel says Los Angeles Times  High-speed rail foes argue state environmental law applies Daily Republic Bay Area Commute Times Improve KSRO POLITICO Morning […]

RSVP for IACCC’s February Forum

The Industrial Association of Contra Costa County (IACCC) is holding their February Forum on Wednesday the 18th  in the city of Pleasant Hill. The Forum will feature speaker Eloy Garcia. Please click here to access the form to RSVP for this event!

Transportation News for February 9, 2015

Marin commute times exceed Bay Area average, data show Marin Independent Journal Luce beats out city candidates for seat on Metropolitan Transportation Commission Napa Valley Register Another View: Caltrans making progress, but funding lags Sacramento Bee  Bay Area transit ridership down despite subsidies, enticements San Francisco Chronicle  To fix roads, should California tax miles driven […]

Transportation News for February 6, 2015

REGIONAL San Jose Mercury News: Gas prices on rise in California and across nation San Jose Mercury News: Roadshow: Drivers ridicule $79 million fix for I-80  Gizmodo: An Up-Close Look at the Monumental Task of Building a Bridge  Citylab: Incredible Photos from the Construction Site of the New Bay Bridge  CBS: Bay Area Relying Less On Public Transit, New Figures […]