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Nighttime Aerial Acrobatics for Oakland Airport Connector Project
BART and Caltrans closed all lanes of northbound Interstate 880 (I-880) at Hegenberger Road in Oakland on Sunday, March 17 between the hours of 1 a.m. and 6 a.m.
MTC Delivers Present to Bay Area Transit Riders: Clearer, Fresher Signage
Look for the big orange circle with the “i” for information at downtown San Francisco BART/Muni stations — a signal that a new transit information center has been installed at that location, with s
Muni Leads Way as Clipper Tops 200,000 Daily Boardings Mark
OAKLAND, CA — The number of Bay Area transit riders using ClipperSM to pay fares on buses, trains and ferries rose to an average of more than 225,000 during the week ending October 15.
BART Strike Slated for Monday - Travelers Urged to Plan Ahead
OAKLAND, CA — Bay Area transportation officials are urging commuters to review their plans for getting to and from work in the wake of today’s announcement by a key BART union that its members will
MTC Engineers Regional Consensus on High-Speed and Commuter Rail Package to Benefit From Economic Stimulus Funds
MTC today adopted a plan for using federal economic stimulus funds to expedite the arrival of high-speed rail service to the San Francisco Bay Area while at the same time upgrading commuter rail se
Commuters Urged to Plan Ahead in Event of BART Strike
OAKLAND, CA — With the possibility of BART trains coming to a halt as early as July 1 due to labor contracts that expire at midnight June 30, Bay Area transportation officials are urging commuters
High-Speed Rail Bond Measure Passes
The November 4 election brought sweeping changes across the nation, including in the realm of transportation.
BART's Warm Springs Extension Gets Boost from Regional Measure 2 Cash
OAKLAND, CA — The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) this week committed $91 million in voter-approved Regional Measure 2 bridge toll money to help finance an $890 millio