COVID Road To Recovery: How To Get Wary Bay Area Commuters Back On Public TransitA lack of passengers during the pandemic decimated public transportation this past year with ridership plummeting to around 5 percent. Now, transit agencies are grappling with how to get commuters to come back.
Survey: Commuters Who Switched To Remote Work From Home Due To COVID-19 Saving Billions Of DollarsIf the pandemic shutdown has you working from home in the Bay Area, you have are saving thousands of dollars not commuting. In fact, a new survey says since switch to remote work last March, U.S. workers have more than $90 billion.
BART Launches Online Ridership Charts To Help Commuters Plan During PandemicBART is posting weekly online charts showing the typical number of people riding trains on its lines at various times so that riders can make safe choices about when to commute during the novel coronavirus emergency.
Palo Alto Residents Demand Traffic Solutions From City CouncilFrustrated residents in one Peninsula neighborhood say they've had it when it comes to the traffic.
KPIX Poll Shows Bridge Toll Hike Measure Facing Uphill BattleWith the ballot battle over bridge tolls looming in less than a month, an exclusive new KPIX 5 poll shows Bay Area drivers are clinging to their cars.
BART Considers Constructing A Second Transbay TubeFor a lot of BART commuters, a second transbay tube couldn't come soon enough. Now, BART is taking serious steps in that direction.
BART Gets Green Light To Use New Passenger CarsAfter several delays, BART officials were given the green light late Wednesday night by the state Public Utilities Commission to put 10 new passengers cars into service.
Deadline Nears For Thousands Of Drivers Owed Fastrak Refunds More than a million unclaimed dollars will become the property of the Bay Area Toll Authority if Fastrak customers don't step forward before a July deadline.
I-80 Smart Corridor Project Finished, Activated To Ease CongestionFlashy signs and metering lights are the new norm for commuters on one of the busiest vehicular corridors in the Bay Area.
Some San Francisco Muni Drivers Take Long Breaks As Riders WaitTaking public transit can try your patience in San Francisco, especially when your Muni driver takes a break at the worst possible time.
South Bay Transit Officials Troubled By Ridership DropThere’s a transit mystery currently underway in Santa Clara County. Where have all the bus riders gone?
Sorry, Drivers: Bicycle Commutes Only Growing In San FranciscoWorkweek bicycle trips have increased by 200,000 between 2014 and 2015 in San Francisco.
Additional Commuter Lane, Bike Path On Richmond-San Rafael Bridge Could Be In Place By 2017Construction on the $74 million project is expected to begin next year, and the new commuter lane and bike and pedestrian path could be in place by late-2017.
Uber Surge Pricing Reported As BART Delays Leave Commuters Frustrated“BART, and you’re there,” was not a slogan that applied to Wednesday’s commute, and many riders turned to Uber to get across the Bay and around the city.
San Francisco Scores 3rd Worst Commute In The U.S. With Drivers Wasting 58.5-Hours Yearly On AverageA robust economy that has drawn in scores of workers to the San Francisco area has also put more stress on highways and city streets, securing the region a third place spot on the list of worst commutes in the country.