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.
Officials Call On Feds To Approve Caltrain Electrification ProjectSan Francisco and Peninsula elected officials Monday called on the Trump administration to approve federal funding for the Caltrain electrification project.
Power Restored In San Francisco After Massive OutageA power substation fire triggered a massive outage in San Francisco Friday, forcing the closure of a downtown BART station during rush hour and leaving some customers without power until it was finally restored after 5 p.m.
DMV Gives Apple Right To Test Self-Driving CarThe California Department of Motor Vehicles on Friday added Apple to the list of 30 companies that have been given the green light to test self-driving vehicles on the state's roadways.
Mob Drags Woman Off San Francisco Muni Bus, Robs HerA woman was dragged off of a San Francisco Municipal Railway bus by a mob of 10 young adults and robbed in the city's Western Addition neighborhood on Wednesday night.
BART Board To Examine Fare Hikes Amid Budget GapOn Thursday, the BART Board of Directors will begin addressing a multimillion-dollar budget shortage.
Hwy 101 Reopens After Dump Truck Slams Into Overpass In Palo AltoAll southbound lanes of U.S. Highway 101 reopened Friday evening after a heavily traveled overpass in Palo Alto was badly damaged Thursday night when the bed of a dump truck struck the northern edge of it.
San Francisco Among World's Most Congested CitiesWhen it comes to getting stuck in traffic on the way to and from work, Los Angeles leads the world and San Francisco is not far behind.
Major Caltrain Project Threatened By Question Over Federal FundingA massive Caltrain project to convert the commuter train system from diesel fuel to electric power was derailed when the Federal Transit Administration decided to hold up a nearly $650 million construction grant.
Decision Delayed On $650M Caltrain Grant After Push From GOP CongressCongressional Republicans had pushed the administration to reject the application from Caltrain.
Massive Slide Shuts Down I-80 In SierraA massive slide of downed trees, rocks and dirt crashed down on I-80 Friday, shutting down traffic in both directions on the main traffic artery between the Bay Area and the Sierra, according to the California Highway Patrol.
BART Removing Thousands Of Seats, Approves More Bike ParkingMore bikes and fewer seats on trains continue to be priorities for the BART board of directors.

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