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.
SJ Mayor Consults Musk's Company, Proposes Underground Tunnel To Link Airport, Train StationSJ Mayor Sam Liccardo has proposed an idea to solve his city's decades-old effort to find a mass transit solution linking its airport and its downtown: an underground tunnel.
Civic, Business Leaders Tout Hovercraft Ferry Service for Bay Area TransitA group of business and civic leaders said Friday they're trying to get hovercraft as a new mode of transportation to get around the Bay Area.
$340M Available For South Bay Transportation Projects After Legal Battle EndsA sum of $340 million is available for infrastructure projects in Santa Clara County after a two-year lawsuit challenging voter-approved Measure B failed.
Muni Drivers To Undergo De-Escalation Training To Curb Onboard ViolenceIn an effort to curb violence against bus and train operators, the next stop for Muni drivers will be de-escalation training.
Overturned Big Rig Slows Traffic On Highway 242A big-rig overturned on northbound state Highway 242 Thursday morning, causing about 90 gallons of diesel fuel to spill and blocking all but one lane during the morning commute.
Fremont Driver, 2 Passengers Killed In Horrific Highway 50 CrashA Fremont man and two others in his car were killed Tuesday evening in a horrific crash in a heavily rainstorm on Highway 50 near Camino Heights Drive.
Chariot E-Shuttle Service To Cease All OperationsChariot, the commuter e-shuttle service owned by Ford, announced that it will cease all operations in the U.S. and the U.K.
Newsom Budget Proposal Links Housing To Transportation MoneyGov. Gavin Newsom proposed a $1.75 billion plan for housing Thursday and threatened to withhold transportation money from local governments that don't build their fair share.
NYE Revelers Have Other Options For Getting To And From SF Besides DrivingSan Francisco's first message for anyone planning on coming to the fireworks on the Embarcadero: Don't drive.