Feds Propose Electronically Slowing Down Speeding Big Rigs It's an experience most drivers on I-5 know all too well -- a big rig truck roaring by, traveling in access of the posted speed limit.
Uber Launches Prepaid Bulk Ride Plan In San FranciscoRide sharing giant Uber is testing out a service where you can lock in the price of your commute for as many as 20 rides in the month of September in San Francisco.
Fire On Track Shuts Down BART's Walnut Creek StationEast Bay BART trains are running again after an equipment fire forced the closure of the Walnut Creek station, triggering massive delays.
Massive Old Bay Bridge Section Lowered Onto BargesCaltrans began the meticulous process of lowering the fourth of five 504-foot sections of the old eastern span of the Bay Bridge on to barges Wednesday.
Debris Fire On Tracks Slows BART TrainsCommuters experienced delays Thursday morning as BART trains were forced to briefly stop near the Glen Park station in San Francisco because of a debris fire on the tracks.
Uber Keeping A Watchful Eye On DriversUsing smartphone sensors to peek over its drivers' shoulders, Uber is promising to keep a closer eye on their behavior — while discouraging speeding or slamming on the brakes.
Mayor Wants To Ban Coal Shipments In OaklandHours before a key city council vote, Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf unveiled an amendment to the city code Monday that would ban the rail transportation of coal within the city limits
Richmond City Council To Consider Solar-Powered Elevated Rail SystemRichmond City Council to consider installing locally-owned elevated rail system that runs on solar power.
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.
Man Comes Down From VTA Train After Nearly 12 Hour StandoffA 25-year-old man on probation who refused to come down from the top of a Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority light-rail vehicle in North San Jose for almost twelve hours Thursday has surrendered to authorities.
Caltrain Service Briefly Disrupted After Train Strikes Woman In Palo AltoNorthbound Caltrain No. 155 struck a pedestrian on the tracks near Palo Alto Avenue around 3 p.m., Caltrain officials said.
BART Avoids Labor Woes; Extends Contracts With UnionsOfficials with the troubled Bay Area Rapid Transit system announced Monday a tentative deal with its major unions that would extends the current labor agreement for another four years.