Bay Area Lawmakers Talk About Raising Bridge TollsBay Area and state lawmakers are discussing the possibility of raising bridge tolls again, and they are debating where the money would go.
CoCo County Supervisors To Lay Groundwork For Transportation Sales Tax IncreaseContra Costa County supervisors on Tuesday agreed to lay the groundwork for a measure to increase the county’s transportation sales tax next year.
Feds Scrambling To Set Drone Registration Rules Before ChristmasFederal regulators will require the registration of most drone aircraft to help track operators who flout safety rules and to encourage greater accountability, according to a drone industry official.
Caltrans Told That Bay Bridge Main Support Cable May Be Threatened By LeaksThe Bay Bridge lead designer has warned Caltrans that the cable that holds up the new bridge's eastern span is vulnerable to corrosion because of rainwater leaking into its anchorages.
Hyperloop Would Blast People, Cargo Between SF & LA In 30 MinutesHyperloop Technologies is working on a project to move people and cargo at nearly the speed of sound, and its engineers believe they're approaching a transportation breakthrough not seen in ages, reports CBS News correspondent Carter Evans.
Mayor Ed Lee Announces Better Service And New Buses For SF MuniBeginning on Sept. 26, the improvements include increased frequency on nearly a dozen Muni routes and replacing some smaller buses with new buses along the heaviest traveled routes.
Lawmakers Agree Fixing California's Roads And Bridges Is Essential But Not On How To Pay For ItThe state legislature is talking transportation -- specifically how to pay for much-needed repairs to the infrastructure. On Sunday, state senator Mark Leno discussed the challenges with KPIX 5's Phil Matier.
Pilot Program Allows Uber To Serve Passengers At Oakland International AirportTransportation network company Uber has made an agreement with the airport authorizing the company's UberX service to legally pick up and drop off passengers.
Man Struck And Killed On Tracks In San Francisco Is 16th Caltrain Fatality of 2015Caltrain tracks reopened in both directions and full service resumed following a death near the 22nd Street station Friday afternoon
San Francisco Public Transportation Helps Drive Local EconomyBus and rail operators of the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (MUNI) command some of the nation's highest paid salaries in the transportation industry.
NASA's Electric Aircraft Could Revolutionize Your Work CommutePlanes could soon be ditching the jet fuel for electricity.
Caltrain Adds Rail Cars To Help Ease Overcrowded CommutesSome of Caltrain's newly-purchased rail cars went into service Monday to help alleviate the crowded transportation system.
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