Golden Gate Transit
The Marin County Transit District’s Board of Directors on Monday morning unanimously approved a new four-year agreement for local bus service with Golden Gate Transit.
Dozens of jobs and $2 million in estimated annual savings are at stake in Marin County today, where the Transit District Board of Directors planned to take a crucial vote on the future of its decades-old relationship with Golden Gate Transit.
A number of Bay Area transit agencies are increasing fares starting Sunday.
Threats of a Golden Gate Transit bus strike, planned for May 10th have been canceled after the union and Bridge District were able to negotiate a tentative framework over a contract dispute.
Construction crews have begun demolishing an old, seismically unsafe approach to the Golden Gate Bridge. Bridge traffic is about 50 percent lower than usual and ferry ridership is up.
Golden Gate Transit may offer Wi-Fi service on their ferries by this summer if the agency’s board of directors approves a plan later this week.
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Fire damaged the Golden Gate Transit offices in San Rafael early Sunday morning, fire officials reported.
The Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District’s board of directors unanimously approved increases over the next five years to Golden Gate Transit and Golden Gate Ferry fares.
The Golden Gate Bridge District Board is scheduled to vote later this month on a proposal to raise fares for its bus and ferry riders.