California will once again be looking to get a piece of the $500 million before offered in the latest “Race to the Top” federal program.
California’s roughly $300 million share will be used for a 20-mile stretch of the rail project in the Central Valley.
The first leg of the BART to San Jose project has qualified for federal funding from the Federal Transit Administration.
More Marin residents have apparently abandoned driving in favor of walking or cycling around their community, according to a new survey.
The Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors was poised to trim more jobs Tuesday because of state and federal budget cuts.
Earlier this week, San Francisco’s Municipal Transportation Agency approved San Francisco’s $137 million piece of the Central Subway project.
Plans were on track, in part, for San Francisco’s Central Subway, which would take riders from South of Market to Chinatown, perhaps as soon as 2018.
The Department of Transportation said Thursday the state is getting the largest share of the $1.2 billion in high-speed rail funding being diverted from Ohio and Wisconsin to other states.