Whether it is due to high gas prices, freeway congestion or something else, the Capitol Corridor train from San Jose to Placer County is more popular than ever before, according to new figures from Amtrak California.
San Francisco Muni is considering a new policy that would allow bus passengers to enter through the rear doors of buses in an effort to increase on-time performance.
The group Anonymous said they already plan to hold another protest next Monday and will continue to do so until they “get what they want.”
For several years now, workers have been rebuilding it, with much of the construction and associated road closures taking place at night.
Bay Area planners are releasing details of a look into the future of land-use and transportation for the region.
Starting Thursday, BART riders passing through the Millbrae BART station will be able to check out one of 800 books from an automated library.
Capitol Corridor ridership continues to grow and could increase even further if gas prices continue to rise.
Whether it’s more people getting jobs, or sky high gas prices, more people have been riding BART. That means a surplus transit officials hope to spend fixing up the system.
BART riders experienced major delays Wednesday afternoon due to a disabled train at the Powell Street station in San Francisco, an agency spokesman said.
Traffic congestion was up 11 percent nationwide over the last year, with the Bay Area being one of the main culprits.