Category: Infrastructure

WETA Board of Directors Meeting on April 7, 2016

Notice of Board of Directors Meeting  April 7, 2016 The next San Francisco Bay Area Water Emergency Transportation Authority Board of Directors meeting will be held on Thursday, April 7, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. at the Alameda City Hall Council Chambers, 2263 Santa Clara Avenue, Alameda CA. The meeting agenda and full Board packet is now […]

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Transportation News for March 31, 2016

San Francisco Chronicle: Voters must demand a new BART labor contract Contra Costa Times: Borenstein: BART ratchets up diversionary propaganda with tax vote looming San Jose Mercury News: San Jose prepares to tackle development of 50 more miles of trails  San Francisco Examiner: Another car-free residential building signals shift away from parking Martinez Gazette: Proposed I-680/Highway 4 interchange project among […]

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Transportation News for March 23, 2016

San Francisco Chronicle: BART on track to give more bonuses as system falters San Francisco Chronicle: Bike-share system expanding in Bay Area, starting in SF Oakland Tribune: Three East Bay highway overcrossings deemed ‘structurally deficient’ by federal officials Marin Independent Journal:Marin commuter rail gets state grant for more cars San Jose Mercury News: Roadshow: Palo Alto also besieged by […]

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Transportation News for March 17, 2016

San Francisco Chronicle: BART commuter chaos continues in East Bay Contra Costa Times: San Francisco startup makes sense of transit data Marin Independent Journal: Golden Gate Transit unreliability irking Marin bus riders San Jose Mercury News: Roadshow: Highway 101 commute at East Palo Alto will get worse San Francisco Examiner: CPUC delays vote on ride-hail regulations until next month ABC: New […]

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  • by BPC Staff
  • March 16, 2016

Transportation News for March 16, 2016

San Francisco Chronicle: BART extension through South Bay takes step forward San Francisco Chronicle: Uber, Lyft open doors to ‘car-light’ lifestyles Contra Costa Times: Concord may reduce fees to build in-law units San Jose Mercury News: Roadshow: Toll takers sometimes don’t pay it forward Time: Lyft and Uber Are ‘Allies’ in the Transit Revolution

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