SF Drivers See A Spate Of Speed Bumps On Residential StreetsIt's a safety feature you can add to your neighborhood, all you have to do is ask -- and plenty of San Franciscans are doing just that. KPIX 5's Wilson Walker reports on the rise of kinder, gentler speed bumps on city streets. (9-16-16)
IndyCar Racing Returns with GoPro Grand Prix of SonomaRacing fans from near and far will be speeding to Sonoma County this weekend for the big GoPro Indy Grand Prix at Sonoma Raceway. Don Ford reports. (9-16-16)
ConsumerWatch: Used Car Prices SoarLooking for a used car? Get ready for some sticker shock. The average price of a used car is at an all-time high. Julie Watts reports. (8-18-16)
ConsumerWatch: Hacker Auto Thieves Target Keyless Car Entry SystemsKeyless entry systems for Volkswagens and other cars may leave an opening for hackers. Julie Watts reports. (8-12-16)
Self-Driving Trucks Tested In East BayTwo Bay Area companies are partnering to produce the first generation of autonomous trucks, testing them at Concord’s Naval Weapons Station. Don Ford reports. (8-4-16)
Hydrogen-Powered Car Debuts At SF City HallToyota's new zero-emission, hydrogen-fueled automobile got a lot of attention at a demo Thursday San Francisco City Hall. John Ramos reports. (7-28-16)
Speed Limit To Be Raised On Dangerous San Rafael StreetResidents say a dangerous street in San Rafael is an accident waiting to happen. City officials are now proposing a questionable solution -- raising the speed limit. Emily Turner reports. (7-15-16)
Teen Interest In Getting Driver License FallsThere are 25,000 fewer 16-year-old drivers now than there were 15 years ago. Emily Turner reports. (7-13-16)
I-80 'Smart Corridor' Traffic Signs Switched On In East BaySome relief could be coming to rush hour on I-80. Starting Wednesday, drivers will notice new electronic signs along the busy stretch between the Carquinez and Bay Bridge. Mike Sugerman reports. (7-13-16)
ConsumerWatch Weekend RoundupConsumer reporter Julie Watts spoke with Peter Yorke of Voyomotive, which produces smartphone-connected-car technology, and asked about the growing phenomenon of car-hacking. (7-9-16)
California Gas Tax Could Be Replaced With Pay-By-The-Mile PlanCalifornia is testing out a new concept for generating revenue for roadways and transporation, which could replace the state's gas tax. Emily Turner reports.
Golden Gate Bridge Toll Rises $0.25If you came into the city over the Golden Gate Bridge on Friday, July 1, it cost you a little more -- a quarter more, to be precise. Wilson Walker has the story behind the math. (7-1-16)
Study Confirms Carpool Lane Cheating Rampant In Bay AreaCarpool cheaters beware: a new study shows violators are crowding carpool lanes and now it's got so bad, it could collapse the system. Maria Medina reports. (5-13-16)
ConsumerWatch: Subaru Steering RecallSubaru is telling owners of some of its cars not to drive them. Julie Watts reports. (5-13-16)
End of the Road for Bay Area Highway Call BoxesKPIX 5's Len Ramirez explains why the Metropolitan Transportation Commission is phasing out emergency call boxes. (4-28-16)
Palo Alto Subsidizes Carpoolers' CommuteAbout half of Palo Alto's downtown employees drive to work alone. The city wants to reduce that number by a third. Sharon Chin reports. (4-15-16)
Detroit Automakers Set Up Shop In Silicon Valley To Develop Cars Of The FutureGoogle and Tesla may be ahead in the race to build self-driving autos but the big Detroit carmakers are making sure they're not left behind. Maria Medina reports from Palo Alto. (3-11-16)
Catalytic Converter Thieves Target Cars Parked At BART StationsThere's been a spike in thefts of catalytic converters from cars parked in BART parking lots. Da Lin reports. (2-26-16)
I-580 Express Lane Can Get You Home Faster - For A PriceNew express lanes on eastbound I-580 through Dublin, Pleasanton and Livermore -- notorious for being jammed during the evening commute -- are opening up, free for carpools and clean-air vehicles, but, if you're driving solo, using the lanes will cost you a pretty penny. Mark Sayre reports. (2-19-16)
Booming California Car Sales Helped By Rise Of Lyft, UberNew cars are flying off Bay Area lots and it's not just because of cheaper gas. Cate Cauguiran reports. (2-25-16)
Peninsula Lawmaker Pushes Plan To Reduce Fines For Rolling Right-Turn Traffic CitationsState senator Jerry Hill (D-San Mateo) wants to cut the fine for drivers who roll through a right turn on a red light. Sharon Chin reports from Millbrae, one of the most active sites for such citations in the state. (1-15-16)
Silicon Valley Auto Show Rolls Into TownThe Silicon Valley Auto Show is set to open Thursday. Andria Borba reports. (1/6/15)
California Slams Brakes On Driverless CarsKPIX 5's Devin Fehely spoke to the CEO of Santa Clara Valley Blind Center who objects to new DMV rules of the road that prohibit self-driving vehicles from transporting unlicensed passengers. (12-18-15)
State Lawmakers To Consider Enhanced Tour Bus Inspection RegulationsKPIX 5's Julie Watts on a move to make California tour buses safer after one careened down a San Francisco street last month, crashing into cars and injuring 20 people. (12-4-15)

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