Some BART passengers are beginning to question whether the system really is “rapid transit.” Amid complaints about overcrowded cars and long delays, the agency is trying to find a fix. Riders, however, shouldn’t expect anything soon.
Palo Alto-based Hewlett-Packard confirmed Monday morning that it is splitting itself into two companies.
After an extensive investigation, the California State Transportation Agency said on Friday that two Caltrans whistleblowers claiming there were abusive practices in the construction of the new Bay Bridge were not retaliated against.
Massive Waves, Riptides Pull Two Men Out To Sea Off San Francisco, Team Of Firefighters Perform Daring Surf Rescue
San Francisco firefighters are working to rescue at least one surfer at Ocean Beach Wednesday afternoon, a fire dispatcher said.
Despite the transit agency having dedicated bike cars, passengers with bikes are often denied access due to a lack of space on trains.
The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission will mix Hetch Hetchy water with San Francisco groundwater and said the supply will be safe for consumption.
A 3-year-old boy on a bicycle was critically injured after he was struck by a pickup truck in San Francisco’s Richmond District late Thursday morning, a police spokesman said.
On the day a Bay Area state senator was voicing concerns over the transport of crude oil by rail, the Valero refinery in Benicia has announced at a community meeting it wants to do just that.