First Responders Busy With 2 Separate San Francisco Traffic Incidents; Cyclist Hit By Car Has Life-Threatening Injuries
First responders in San Francisco are dealing with two separate traffic incidents that happened around the same time Monday afternoon, one of which sent a bicyclist away in an ambulance after colliding with a car.
The California Highway Patrol is investigating a fatality that stemmed from a crash east of Petaluma Saturday morning.
An accident involving a California Highway Patrol officer has eastbound lanes blocked on the lower deck of the Bay Bridge.
A tree fell on a sidewalk, taking down Muni power lines and blocking lanes of traffic on a major thoroughfare in San Francisco Sunday.
Drivers who violate the carpool rules during the evening commute out of San Francisco on the Bay Bridge are the targets of a CHP crackdown, which could see offenders paying out $500 per citation.
Many professional truck drivers who travel in San Francisco will soon be required to take a safety training program as part of the city’s Vision Zero action strategy to meet the goal of eliminating all traffic fatalities by 2024.
As soon as this week, drivers going through Golden Gate Bridge’s Toll Plaza can expect some changes. Working crews will be closing two booths each month for the next two months to perform earthquake retrofitting.
Police detained a man allegedly carrying a pistol and kitchen knife who brought traffic to a stand still Tuesday morning after stopping his car on the Antioch Bridge, also known as state Highway 160.
Flooding slowed traffic on southbound U.S. Highway 101 just north of Marsh Road in San Mateo County Sunday afternoon.
Bay Area traffic may be rough, but at least it’s expected.