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Millions of dollars in federal transportation funds are San Francisco-bound, but youth advocates want it to be used for low-income youth passes on Muni buses.
Drivers will likely experience longer travel times this Labor Day weekend as the Dumbarton Bridge closes for construction work.
Nearly 8,000 Clipper Card users are being told they need to pay-up for some free rides they were accidentally given a long time ago.
In an 8-7 vote, The Metropolitan Transportation Commission decided not to fund free bus passes for low-income youth.
Bay Area residents are likely facing a new round of bridge toll hikes and taxes to pay for the High Speed Rail tunnel connecting the Caltrain station at 4th and King streets in San Francisco to the new Transbay Terminal.
Bay Area drivers could one day be tracked using a GPS-like device in their cars and taxed per miles driven – a scenario which is part of a proposed long-range study aimed at finding ways to reduce traffic and pollution, while also raising revenues.
Bay Area transportation leaders are weighing several ideas to help comply with state mandates to improve the regions air quality. Among them, dropping the speed limit on freeways from 65 mph to 55 mph.
It’s been one year since the start of a Bay Area transportation program to smooth out commutes by synchronizing traffic lights across the region, and transit analysts have said that it’s proven a success.
The Bay Area Rapid Transit District is gearing up to buy new train cars that would have easier-to-clean seats and digital information displays.