Trains

Deputies Lance Whitted and Eric Rueppel saved a man from being hit by an oncoming Caltrain in Sunnyvale on August 3, 2015. (CBS)

Deputies Who Helped Save Driver From Being Hit By Oncoming Caltrain In Sunnyvale Share Story

Two sheriff’s deputies are being praised for helping save a driver seconds before his car was struck by a Caltrain in Sunnyvale Monday evening.

08/05/2015

Caltrain

Videos Show Driver Pulled To Safety Before Car Gets Hit By Caltrain In Sunnyvale

A deputy patrolling the Caltrain tracks in Sunnyvale pulled a driver to safety after his car ended up on the tracks Monday evening, seconds before a train slammed into the vehicle.

08/03/2015

smokestack, pollution, global warming, emission, greenhouse gases

Billion Dollar Project Will Bring Millions Of Tons Of Coal To Area Next To Bay Bridge Toll Plaza

OAKLAND (KPIX 5) — Coal is so polluting that demand for it as an energy source is way down in the U.S. The industry has to increase exports to survive. To do that we’ve learned […]

07/01/2015

Caltrain (CBS)

Women Struck, Killed By Caltrain In Belmont

A Caltrain struck and killed a woman in Belmont Wednesday morning, according to a transit agency spokeswoman.

07/01/2015

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BART Approves Budget For Longer, More Frequent Trains On East Bay Lines

BART’s Board of Directors passed a new $1.6 billion budget Thursday that promises longer and more frequent trains for riders of two East Bay lines beginning in September.

06/12/2015

BART driver Bob Malito, also known as Captain Jack for his amusing announcements along the Pittsburg/Bay Point to SFO line (CBS SF)

Funny BART Conductor Makes Commute More Tolerable With Catchy Station Announcements

“Making off like a herd of turtles,” is just one of this BART operator’s catch phrases as his passion for passengers comes through the train intercom.

05/22/2015

BART passengers on the platform at Embarcadero station in San Francisco during delays in the system, May 6, 2015. Note the message board instructions. (Nicole Jones/CBS)

BART Could See More Breakdowns On Tracks, Needs More Than $4 Billion To Upgrade Infrastructure

BART officials said the 10-inches of rail broke on a newer section of tracks, and the rails like the cars badly need to be replaced.

05/07/2015

A 10-inch section of rail fractured and completely broke away, leaving a gap in the tracks west of Civic Center on May 6th, 2015 (PHOTO: BART)

Service Restored After 10-Inch Crack In SF Tracks; Delays Continue During #BARTPocalypse

There are major delays on Bay Area Rapid Transit systemwide, after a deformity was discovered in the trackway between the Civic Center station and 16th Street station in San Francisco.

05/06/2015

A Muni Metro train. (San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency)

Voter-Approved $48 Million Announced To Be Dedicated To San Francisco Muni Improvements

San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee announced $48 million in new voter-approved funding for the city’s transit system on Monday. The money will go toward improvements for the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency and the hiring of 244 people.

05/04/2015

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BART May Ask Taxpayers For The Billions It Needs To Keep Trains Running

BART needs billions of dollars just to keep the trains running in the future, and the transit agency may end up asking the public to foot the bill.

04/29/2015

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