Bay Area drivers may complain about potholes and bumpy rides, but the Metropolitan Transportation Commission says that local roads are in fair condition.
Thousands of electronic road sensors buried by Caltrans under California highways are not functioning, making it problematic for traffic-information gathering.
The city council is exploring different avenues to come up with funding to fix some of the area’s worst roads.
California’s roadways are going downhill, about as fast as any state in the union, according to a study released Thursday by the Reason Foundation.
Most Americans who traveled during this Thanksgiving holiday came face to face with an American reality: while there is much to be thankful for, our infrastructure is not one of those things.
Drivers can expect a much smoother ride on some of San Jose’s bumpiest roads now that the city council has given the thumbs-up to a limited amount of funding for priority road repair.
A man driving a motor home in South Santa Clara County has become the eleventh traffic fatality in the area within the past two weeks.
There have been many firefighting improvements since a deadly firestorm ripped through the hills of Berkeley and Oakland 20 years ago next week. But, firefighters can’t do much about the hills themselves, forcing them to navigate dangerous roads whenever flames break out.
Another causality of San Jose’s ongoing yearly budget shortfalls is road maintenance, and a newly released report shows how bad things have gotten.
Following a report by a national transportation research group that found San Jose has the worst roads in the U.S., the city council held a study session Tuesday on how to come up with funds for badly-needed street repairs.