SamTrans Latest To Reduce Service During Coronavirus Shelter-In-PlaceSamTrans is reducing service on 31 routes starting this weekend and will also require all bus operators and riders to wear face coverings.
MTC Unveils Plan To Distribute $780M Coronavirus Relief To Transit AgenciesThe Metropolitan Transportation Commission on Thursday released a framework for allocating more than $780 million of federal relief funds to Bay Area transit agencies.
Oakland Seeks To Expand 'Slow Streets' Program During Coronavirus Shelter-In-PlaceOakland city officials are asking the community to provide feedback on its plans for expanding the "Oakland Slow Streets" program
Coronavirus Pandemic: San Francisco Muni To Cut Service By Nearly Half To Prioritize Essential WorkersSan Francisco's Muni will reduce service by nearly half this week, eliminating many of its lines that are seeing low ridership and focusing on lines used by essential workers during the pandemic, SFMTA officials said.
Coronavirus Pandemic: Newsom Orders Toll-Takers Pulled From Bay Area BridgesCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom has ordered the temporary suspension of cash toll collection at the San Francisco Bay Area's seven state-owned bridges in order to minimize the risk of exposure to the coronavirus.
Coronavirus Update: Capitol Corridor Between San Jose, Sacramento To Reduce ServiceService along the Capitol Corridor in the Bay Area will be reduced starting on Saturday in response to the COVID-19 public health crisis.
Coronavirus Update: Officials Cancel Weekend SMART Train Service In Wake Of Shelter-In-PlaceOfficials with Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit have temporarily cancelled weekend service because of the shelter-in-place ordered in seven Bay Area counties and the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
CORONAVIRUS UPDATE: Caltrain, Samtrans Reduce Service As Ridership DropsPublic transit agencies on the Peninsula on Friday announced service adjustments for the coming week in response to decreased ridership due to efforts to curb the spread of coronavirus.
Measure J Going Down To Defeat In Contra Costa CountyMeasure J -- a 35-year half-cent sales tax to raise money for local roads, buses, rail, ferries and other transportation improvement projects in Contra Costa County -- appears to have fallen far short of the wo-thirds approval needed to pass, according to initial results.
Caltrain Temporarily Halts Weekend Service In San Francisco For Electrification ProjectCaltrain will temporarily suspend service into the heart of San Francisco on weekends through the end of March to accommodate construction work required to electrify the rail corridor by 2022.
Bay Area Lawmaker Introduces 'Seamless' Transit ProposalA Bay Area lawmaker has introduced a proposal to streamline transportation around the region, potentially impacting hundreds of thousands of commuters.
SF: Delays, Street Closures, Muni Reroutes During Super Bowl LIV CelebrationsHuge neighborhood celebrations are expected in San Francisco when the 49ers face off with the Chiefs on Super Bowl Sunday.
New Head of Water Emergency Transportation Authority Plans Ferry ExpansionA new director has been appointed to oversee the agency that operates the Bay Area’s ferry system and he has an ambitious vision to restore the ferries to their former glory.
Marin's SMART Train System Opens Novato, Larkspur StationsThere have been a lot of starts and stops. There has been a lot of back and forth, but Saturday was a big step forward for the SMART train in two locations, one of them in Novato.
Sonoma County Airport Expected To Expand Service To Major HubsNorth Bay residents will soon have more travel options that won't involve heading down to the major airports in San Francisco or Oakland.