One of the Bay Area’s most popular attractions has also become one of the region’s biggest traffic headaches due to increasing numbers of tourists.
The state spent millions on the new Eastern Span of the Bay Bridge, but the technology used to keep cars moving dates back four decades.
Northbound Interstate Highway 280 in San Francisco reopened Monday night following a closure over the Labor Day holiday weekend for a construction project to strengthen the highway in the event of seismic activity, Caltrans officials said.
The owner of a 30-year old business in Oakland says a Caltrans construction project is running him out of town.
Residents in an Oakland neighborhood say a Caltrans construction project is leading to a spike in crime on their street.
The Bay Bridge has been home to a number of bird species but there is one in particular that is having an impact on the demolition of the old eastern span of the bridge.
Caltrans’ work is right on schedule for the Interstate 280 earthquake retrofit work, and the San Francisco portion affected should reopen on time Tuesday morning at 5:00 a.m. after being closed since Thursday afternoon so work could take place during the lighter Labor Day Weekend traffic.
Commuters should brace for another closure of a portion of Interstate 280 in San Francisco this Labor Day Weekend.
Caltrans will receive $2 million in emergency relief funds to repair infrastructure damage from Sunday’s earthquake.
Two lanes are closed due to an overturned vehicle and an oil slick on the Interstate Highway 280 in Los Altos Thursday morning.