Police are seeking the whereabouts of 24-year-old Richard Contreras who is suspected of driving a stolen vehicle that collided with an AC Transit bus which slammed into a house, injuring at least 11 people in Richmond
A bus collided with a home in Richmond Friday night after it was struck by a stolen car fleeing from sheriff’s deputies, causing multiple injuries, according to officials.
A Berkeley man has been charged with attempted murder and assault with a deadly weapon for allegedly stabbing a woman on an AC Transit bus on Monday night, authorities said Wednesday.
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Court Upholds $15.3 Million Verdict Against AC Transit For Woman’s Broken Back In Incident Caught On Camera
A court Tuesday upheld a $15.3 million verdict against the Alameda-Contra Costa Transit District – the largest ever against the agency – for an incident caught on surveillance video that left a passenger with a broken back.
AC Transit’s chief financial officer pleaded not guilty Wednesday to four felony counts of grand theft for allegedly taking more than $500,000 from one of Oakland’s largest and most prominent churches.
A new overnight transportation service is set to launch this month targeting late-night revelers on both sides of the bay in order to get them home safely.
Woman Awarded $14.3 Million After Breaking Back On AC Transit Bus In San Pablo, Daughter Gets $1 Million
A jury has awarded an East Bay woman more than $14 million, after she became injured when the AC Transit bus she was riding in hit a speed bump in an incident caught on surveillance video.
A number of East Oakland merchants want to put a detour in the path of AC Transit’s proposed Bus Rapid Transit along a stretch of International Blvd., because they’re concerned with how it will affect their businesses.
The chief financial officer for Alameda-Contra Costa Transit District has been arrested and accused embezzling more than a half-million dollars from religious organizations that provide for the poor, according to prosecutors.