San Francisco Approves Tax On Uber, Lyft Rides To Fix Streets, Reduce TrafficA measure that would tax rideshare companies like Uber and Lyft for each ride was approved by San Francisco officials.
San Jose Approves $650M Public Safety & Infrastructure BondThe largest bond measure in the city’s history gained the required margin to fund infrastructure and public safety services.
California Gas Tax Repeal Campaign Seeks Federal InquiryLeaders of a campaign to repeal California's recent gas tax increase are asking the federal government to investigate their claims that public resources have been used against them.
New Overpass Plans In High-Traffic Area Worry San Jose ResidentsRecent plans for a new freeway overpass in San Jose are raising safety concerns among the city's residents. 
Study: Bay Area Roads Worst In State, Costing Drivers Thousands Each YearRoads in the Bay Area are the worst in the state and in deteriorating condition, which is costing residents in the region thousands of dollars each year.
Uber, Lyft Agree To San Francisco Ride-Hail TaxRide-hailing companies Uber and Lyft have agreed to allow the city of San Francisco to tax a percentage of their net ride revenues.
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.
Trump Unveils Long-Awaited Infrastructure PlanThe 53-page document lays out his vision: To turn $200 billion in federal money into $1.5 trillion for fixing America's infrastructure by leveraging local and state tax dollars and private investment.
Caltrain Electrification Project Groundbreaking Celebrated In MillbraeElected leaders turned over ceremonial dirt with golden shovels while Caltrain officials cut a cake shaped like a train.
Gas Tax Hike To Fund Gov. Brown's $52 Billion Plan To Fix California's RoadsCalifornia's governor and legislative leaders on Wednesday proposed raising $52 billion to fix the state's roads through a big gasoline tax increase, higher car registration fees and a charge on emission-free vehicles.
$217 Million Allocated To Fix California Highways, Bridges, Rail SystemsCalifornia transit authorities announced that $217 million will be allocated to projects intended to upgrade the state's transportation infrastructure.