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 April 25, 2018

San Francisco Chronicle: GoBike adds e-bikes to SF’s shared alternative transportation fleet East Bay Times: Nightmare 90-minute ‘super commutes’ more common as Bay Area housing shortage intensifies Mercury News: San Mateo switches bike-share contracts, saving $90,000 Mercury News: Not everyone is a fan of coming toll lanes on I-680 Marin Independent Journal: North Marin shuttle […]

Transportation News for April 23, 2018

San Francisco Chronicle: Rules in the works as city offers olive branch in scooter war San Francisco Chronicle: The Uberization of e-scooters San Francisco Chronicle: Solving transit troubles key in SF mayor’s race San Francisco Chronicle: San Francisco Chronicle Writers to Ride Every Muni Line in a Day, Reprising Larry Baer’s 1980 Feat San Francisco […]

Transportation News for April 20, 2018

San Francisco Chronicle: New Eastbound Lane On Richmond-San Rafael Bridge To Open Friday San Francisco Chronicle: Closure of Twin Peaks roadway to motorists extended for 2 years San Francisco Chronicle: Caltrans Releases Bicycle, Pedestrian Plan To Improve Transport San Francisco Chronicle: SF’s scooter skirmish: City escalates battle over the motorized two-wheelers San Francisco Chronicle: San […]

Transportation News for April 19, 2018

San Francisco Chronicle: Bay Area bridge gets new peak-hour lane beginning Friday San Francisco Chronicle: SF officials haul in 24 more illegally parked rental scooters KALW: Hey Area: What help is there for Oakland businesses impacted by bus rapid transit? Mercury News: These new express lanes should bring some relief to our congested roads Mercury […]

Transportation News for April 18, 2018

San Francisco Chronicle: SF supervisors pass law to regulate scooters that have descended on city East Bay Times: San Francisco impounds electric scooters, execs called ‘spoiled brats’ Mercury News: New express lanes may speed your Bay Area commute — for a price Mercury News: “Horrible” interchanges abound in East Bay: Roadshow Marin Independent Journal: Richmond-San […]

Transportation News for April 16, 2018

San Francisco Chronicle: Fix for crucial, clogged Silicon Valley freeway is stuck in the slow lane San Francisco Chronicle: Exclusive: Waymo applies for no-driver testing in California San Francisco Chronicle: SF scooter problem: City impounds dozens of the two-wheelers San Diego Union Tribune: How can dockless bike and scooter companies make money? East Bay Times: […]

Transportation News for April 11, 2018

San Francisco Chronicle: Bay Area’s transit agencies looking at fare cuts for low-income residents San Francisco Chronicle: Editorial: S.F.’s scooter scourge San Francisco Chronicle: Uber, Getaround partner for peer car rentals in San Francisco San Francisco Chronicle: Aerial tram floated as transportation to an Oakland A’s Howard Terminal ballpark San Francisco Chronicle: SF Supervisor Peskin […]

Transportation News for April 10, 2018

San Francisco Chronicle: SMART railroad wins funding to extend to Larkspur ferry terminal San Francisco Chronicle: As complaints roll in, San Francisco considers action over wave of motorized scooters San Francisco Chronicle: Uber acquires e-bike startup Jump, expanding transportation options San Francisco Examiner: Uber purchase of JUMP bikes won’t impact SF pilot program San Francisco […]

Transportation News for April 9, 2018

San Francisco Chronicle: Power players map strategy to get Bay Area bridge toll hike passed in June Mercury News: Roadshow: $60 million low estimate on cost of Bay Area cheaters Mercury News: Roadshow: Chynoweth road diet angers some residents Mercury News: Autonomous vehicle test programs move big step closer San Francisco Examiner: SF elementary school […]