Port Of Oakland Replaces Diesel-Guzzling Cranes With Hybrid DesignsAt the Port of Oakland, officials are trying to save money by switching some of the cargo cranes to operate on a mix of electrical and diesel power.
Stanford Offers Billions In Benefits To Santa Clara County In Campus Expansion TalksStanford's latest offer to Santa Clara County is a multi-billion dollar package of benefits to improve housing, traffic and local public schools as the university expands over the next 20 years.
Tri Delta Transit Rolls Out App-Based Shuttle Service 'Tri My Ride'
Roof Of Historic San Jose Diridon Train Station In Sad State Of DisrepairThe Diridon train station in San Jose is listed in the National Registry of Historic Places, but if it is so historic, then why is it so hard to keep the roof fixed?
Senior Executives Leave Uber After Internal ShakeupUber is parting ways with two of its top executives less than a month after the company's rocky stock market debut.
Uber Looks To Raise Up To $9 Billion With IPO; Drivers Threaten StrikeRide-hailing giant Uber is hoping to raise $9 billion in its mammoth initial public stock offering next month, but it may be hard to find a ride on the streets of San Francisco that day.
Whistlestop Carepool Takes Seniors Where They Need To GoWhistlestop Carepool is a volunteer service in Marin County helping older adults and people with disabilities get where they need to go.
San Francisco Muni's L-Taraval Line Celebrates 100 Years Of ServiceThe city’s L-Taraval line will celebrate 100 years of service on Friday, San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency officials announced.
Report: Many Bay Area Bridges, Overpasses 'Structurally Deficient,' Need RepairA new report is out that says a number of Bay Area bridges and freeway overpasses are in need of repair, even though they’re not actually dangerous. They're being labeled “structurally deficient."
California Sells $600M In Bonds For High-Speed Rail ProjectCalifornia has sold $600 million in bonds for its high-speed rail project.
Single Computer Switch Failure Triggered Saturday's BART Shut DownThe failure of a switch within BART's complex computer system triggered Saturday's three-hour shut down of the massive transit system, stranding thousands of commuters.
BART Restores Full Service After Hours-Long Systemwide Shutdown BART is resuming normal service systemwide after a computer glitch brought service to a halt Saturday morning.
Bay Area High Speed Rail Plan Halted After Gov. Newsom's AddressCommuters and transportation officials in San Jose were surprised by Gov. Newsom's announcement to cut back plans for high speed rail in California.
DMV Quickly Processing Thousands Of Delayed Driver's License RenewalsDepartment of Motor Vehicles staffers worked through the weekend to process more than 100,000 driver license or identification card requests that had been delayed by the latest foul-up by the troubled state agency.
Caltrans Closes Lanes Of Richmond-San Rafael Bridge Overnight For RepairsCaltrans announced Friday evening that only one lane of the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge would be open in each direction overnight as crews made repairs in the area where loosened concrete fell from the upper deck the day before.