Transportation News for January 9, 2018

Infrastructure projects grind to a halt during shutdown Washington Post Will these toll cheaters ever be busted? Roadshow Mercury News Opinion: Why electric cars make sense for Uber, Lyft drivers in San Francisco San Francisco Examiner The inequity of pay-by-distance transit in the Bay Area Curbed Opinion: Uber and Lyft Don’t Reduce Cars. Transit Does. […]

NOTICE OF OPPORTUNITY TO COMMENT – CALTRANS TMDL PROGRESS REPORT

Click here for the State Water Resources Control Board’s recent Notice for Opportunity to Comment on the Caltrans Total Maximum Daily Load Progress Report.

Transportation News for April 26, 2018

San Francisco Chronicle: Stunning increase in Bay Area ‘super commuters’ in the last decade amid housing crisis San Francisco Chronicle: Chariot gets private transit permit from San Francisco Mercury News: Some trashy roads are getting cleaned up: Roadshow KQED: Bird Pushes Back Against San Francisco Proposal to Limit Scooter Fleets Curbed: What’s up with the […]

Transportation News for August 29, 2016

San Francisco Chroncile: Otto’s big rigs drive into autonomous future with Uber East Bay Times: Legislature whiffs on major issues like housing and transportation East Bay Times: More electric cars, more solar power expected as state struggles to reach tough new climate standards Mercury News: Talking cars finally ready for road Mercury News: Freedom Bridge in Santa Clara faces demolition […]

Transportation News for July 6, 2016

  East Bay Times: Caltrans: pay by the mile program seeks to balance enforcement, privacy, equity San Francisco Chronicle: California’s greenhouse gas emissions drop, barely Mercury News: Campbell: Designs for Del Grande project being narrowed down Marin Independent Journal: Marin-based water taxi looks to break into commute service Sacramento Bee: California’s most famous freeway fixer, Myers Inc., is bankrupt Government […]

Transportation News for May 17, 2016

San Francisco Chronicle: Waze tests carpooling option in Bay Area  East Bay Times: SF startup Otto wants to put self-driving big rigs on highways  East Bay Times: Google’s Waze goes up against Uber and Lyft to cut Bay Area traffic via carpooling  Marin Independent Journal: New Bay Trail segment opens along Highway 37 

Transportation News for May 11, 2016

San Francisco Chronicle: Uber, Lyft pullout in Austin shows political prowess San Francisco Chronicle: Hyperloop One attracts big money, big names Mercury News: Roadshow: Why are drivers so crazy on this stretch of I-880? Mercury News: VTA’s big question: Should buses run more like airplanes, serving only popular routes, or are buses essential for all?

SFCTA Newsletter for April 2016

April 2016 WALK TO WORK We are proud participants and supporters of Walk to Work Day. Each April, the Transportation Authority is proud to sponsor Walk San Francisco’s Walk to Work Day, which celebrates and encourages walkers throughout the city. People who live or work in San Francisco showed their support on April 7 by walking […]

Transportation News for April 5, 2016

Bay Crossings: First Phase of Proposed New Bike Share Locations Unveiled  NBC: Some Problems Plaguing BART Were Built Into System From Start 

Transportation News for March 7, 2016

San Jose Mercury News: Roadshow: Drivers race to Google car’s defense San Francisco Examiner: Transit director defends new bus performance