More than a dozen flights to and from the East Coast have been cancelled Monday morning as Hurricane Sandy moves toward that part of the country, a San Francisco International Airport duty manager said.
The federal government has declared the South Bay’s Mineta San Jose International Airport the most on-time airport in California.
The L-Taraval Muni Line was moving slowly Thursday morning due to a broken water main in the Sunset District, in the area of 32nd and 33rd avenues, according to the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency.
A key portion of San Francisco’s Central Subway project is raising concerns in the city’s North Beach neighborhood, and has prompted a lawsuit.
The report from the Regional Airport Planning Committee calls for expanding the number of flights out of Oakland and San Jose to help at SFO, which constantly suffers from fog delays.
Bay Area Rapid Transit passengers in and out of the East Bay should expect some travel problems Saturday morning with a grass fire near the Pleasant Hill station and a power outage at the downtown Berkeley station, according to BART Central.
Heavy fog was causing lengthy flight delays at San Francisco International Airport that were likely to continue throughout the day.
Officials said Tuesday afternoon that foul play is not suspected in the death of a man who was found slumped over on the floor of a Bay Area Rapid Transit train Tuesday.
Construction of the underground extension of San Francisco Muni’s T-Third line, better known as the Central Subway Project, is set to mark a milestone in the construction phase Tuesday – setting up some notable traffic disruptions.
Caltrans is urging drivers to steer clear of the Golden Gate Bridge this weekend as the Doyle Drive approach to the bridge will be closed from Friday night to Monday morning.