Trump Administration Officially Revokes California's Auto Emissions Standards WaiverU.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Andrew Wheeler and Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao officially announced Thursday that they are revoking California's authority to set strict auto emission standards.
Feds Target California Emissions Deal With Automakers That Bypasses Trump Administration RulesThe U.S. Justice Department and two other federal agencies are moving to dismantle a deal between California and four automakers to abide by emissions and mileage standards tougher that those proposed by the Trump administration.
Dire Warnings Over Fed's Failure To Track Highway EmissionsEight states sued the U.S. Department of Transportation claiming that a failure to track carbon emissions on U.S. highways violates the law.
San Francisco Seeks Funding For Autonomous Vehicle, Smart Transportation NetworkSan Francisco Mayor Ed Lee, and mayors from six other U.S. cities, are vying for a chance to become the country’s first city to fully integrate self-driving cars, connected vehicles, and smart sensors into their transportation network and receive federal and private funding to do so.
Feds Approve Work To Begin On 2nd Leg Of California High-Speed Rail Line The U.S. Department of Transportation is giving its approval for work to begin on the second leg of California's proposed high-speed rail line.
California Eligible For $43M In Unspent Highway EarmarksCalifornia is getting $43 million in unspent highway earmarks from the federal government, according to Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood.
Bay Area Receives $45.7M In Transit Grants From Transportation Dept.The U.S. Department of Transportation announced $45.7 million in transit related grants for the San Francisco Bay Area on Monday.
Feds Urge Funding For BART Extension To San JoseU.S. transportation officials are recommending federal funding for the Bay Area Rapid Transit commuter train extension to San Jose.