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.
Final Phase Begins On Construction Of Richmond-San Rafael Bridge Bike/Pedestrian PathCyclists and walkers will soon join the hundreds of thousands of cars that cross the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge each day. Crews have begun the last phase of construction of the new bicycle/pedestrian bridge path on the bridges's upper deck.
Golden Gate Transit Approves Fare Discount ProgramThe lower fares will be available to eligible passengers only through the Clipper Card program.
Travelers Delight: SFO Runway Work Will End On Thursday Night After more than a week of more than 2,000 cancelled and delayed flights, San Francisco International Airport officials have announced around the clock work on its main runway would end on Thursday -- a week earlier than originally planned.
Jackknifed Big Rig Leaking Fuel Triggers Massive 680 BackupA big rig jackknifed and began leaking fuel early Monday, forcing the shutdown of all northbound lanes of Interstate Highway 680 just outside of the Fremont city limits, authorities said.
Bay Area Gas Prices Could Jump After Attacks In Saudi ArabiaPrices at the pump in the Bay Area could jump at least 10 cents a gallon as a result of this weekend's drone attacks on oil sites in Saudi Arabia.
BART Board Votes To Spend $227 Million On New Oakland HeadquartersThe BART Board of Directors Thursday approved a plan to spend $227 million to purchase and renovate a building in downtown Oakland to use as the transit agency's headquarters.
Injury Crash Shuts Down Westbound Lanes At MacArthur MazeAn overturned crash with injuries on westbound Interstate Highway 580 near the busy MacArthur Maze Wednesday brought the morning commute to a near halt heading into San Francisco, authorities said.