BART ‘Train Of Future’ Breaks Down; Triggers Major Delays A breakdown during an overnight test of BART’s ‘Train Of The Future’ triggered a major delay on the transit system’s East Bay lines early Friday morning.
Ambitious Plans For San Francisco Transbay Center Not Without ControversyA $2.19 billion transit center, complete with a four-block long rooftop park, a massive shopping mall and an underground train station, all in the heart of downtown.
San Francisco #1 City In U.S. For Living Without A CarThe real estate experts at Redfin named San Francisco the best city in America for people who "don't want a car, but still want to get around."
Uber To Launch Free Traffic-Status Website, Share Data With CitiesAlthough anyone can use the website, Uber says it believes its main audience will be city officials dealing with congestion in their streets and transit systems.
Voters Approve $14 Billion In Bay Area Transit Improvement ProjectsBART, Caltrain and other Bay Area transit systems got funding for major transit improvement projects.
SF Transit Planners Brainstorming With Residents On Subway Map Of The FutureTransit planners are brainstorming with thousands of San Franciscans about the subway map of the future.
Extra Innings Giants Game Had Fans Choosing Between Transit & BaseballThey always tell you take public transit to AT&T Park, which usually works like a charm unless you’re in the 13th inning and checking your watch for the last BART train or ferry.
VTA Light Rail Service Restored In Downtown San JoseLight rail service has been restored Saturday morning near the Children's Discovery Museum of San Jose following a day of wire repair work
South Bay Voters Fed Up With Potholes Show Support For Sales Tax Increase; $6B NeededA new survey says more than two-thirds of likely Santa Clara County voters would support a sales tax increase to pay for over $6 billion in transit and road upgrades for the county.
Only 3 Of Top 20 Critical Transportation Projects Funded In CaliforniaBay Area transit planners have a long list of critical transportation projects that need to be done, and done soon, but there isn’t anywhere near enough money to fund them.
Bay Area Bike Share Expanding Into East Bay With 1,500 BikesBay Area Bike Share is planning a major expansion that will eventually add 1,500 bikes and 117 stations in the East Bay.
Drivers On Mission Street Flout The Law San Francisco drivers seem to be ignoring new configurations on Mission Street.