BART Trains To Run Until Midnight On Sundays Starting In FebruaryAs BART makes strides in its power cable replacement project, trains will run until midnight on Sundays again starting Feb. 14.
Newsom's Budget Spending Plan: Wildfires, Smash-And-Grab Robberies, COVID, Immigrant Health Care California would be the first state to provide health coverage to all immigrants in the country illegally under the budget Gov. Gavin Newsom proposed Monday.
After 55 Traffic Deaths In San Jose This Year, 'Vision Zero' Still Has Long Way To GoDespite efforts to eliminate traffic deaths in San Jose, 2021 will go down as one of the deadliest on the city's roads.
Assemblymember Representing Fairfield Announces Resignation at End of YearSaying he’s ready to move onto a new job, State Assemblymember Jim Frazier, D-Fairfield, unexpectedly announced his resignation Wednesday, which will be effective at the end of the year.
COVID: BART Upgrades Air Filters Amid Potential Winter Surge, Workers Eventually ReturningAmid talk of a possible holiday surge in COVID-19 cases, BART is taking steps to make passengers feel safe.
MTC: Bay Area Roads In 'Fair' Condition 5 Years Running; Cupertino, Dublin, Palo Alto Top RegionPavement conditions on the Bay Area's 44,000 miles of roads continue to be in "fair" condition, with the typical road showing significant wear, according to the Metropolitan Transportation Commission.
San Francisco's Central Subway Project: The Long Road to OpeningThe much delayed San Francisco Central Subway Project is currently scheduled to finally open for service in the spring of 2022.
Costco Limits Water, Toilet Paper, Other Purchases Due To Supply Chain DelaysShoppers are getting hit with purchase limits and, in some cases, higher prices at Costco but unlike during the pandemic, this time it's not driven by hoarding or panic buying.
Groundbreaking Solar-Powered Train Goes On Sonoma County Test Run, Sets Speed RecordOn a railroad track in Sonoma County, a pair of inventors took the first-ever solar-powered locomotive on a record-setting test, with hopes that one day it could be the fastest vehicle ever powered by the sun.
COVID Reopening: Push To Expand Ferry Service, Add New Routes In OaklandOne Oakland City Councilmember wants ferry services to expand. Vice Mayor Rebecca Kaplan wants to increase the frequency of the ferries and add new routes.
Report: Delays In San Francisco's Van Ness Project Were 'Forseeable And Avoidable'The Van Ness Project, designed to be San Francisco's first bus rapid transit system and a model for the future, is years behind schedule.
Bay Area Lawmaker Seeks To Decriminalize Jaywalking, Says Citations Disproportionately Issued To People Of ColorA Bay Area lawmaker is seeking to decriminalize jaywalking in California, saying such citations are disproportionately issued to people of color and have led to life-threatening encounters with law enforcement.
Lawmaker Seeks To Streamline 'Disjointed' Bay Area Transit Scheduling, Fare SystemsAssembly Bill 629 would direct the Bay Area's transit agencies to create a pilot program for one over-arching fare system, allowing riders to travel across multiple agencies on a fixed fare using a special pass.
San Francisco Bay Ferry Officials Considering 1-Year Reduction In FaresIn a hope to rebuild ridership as San Francisco offices reopen after being shuttered for a year, San Francisco Bay Ferry officials are considering a one-year reduction in fares.
California Pushes Back High-Speed Rail Construction Deadline For Central Valley Stretch To 2023California is again pushing back the deadline and raising the cost for its high-speed rail project, this time asking the Biden administration for a one-year extension on completing construction on a section of track in the Central Valley.