OAKLAND, CA — When westbound motorists cross the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge after the upcoming Labor Day weekend closure, some longtime fixtures in the toll plaza area will be conspicuous by their absence.
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 go out on strike beginning Monday, August 17.
OAKLAND, CA — The 511 Transit page at www.transit.511.org has been cited by Government Computer News as one of 10 great government Web sites nationwide for 2009.
OAKLAND, CA — The Metropolitan Transportation Commission's newly released Transportation 2035 Plan for the San Francisco Bay Area: Change in Motion, is now available for viewing online, along with other companion technical reports, at w
OAKLAND, CA — Officials from the Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG) and the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) today applauded the actions of numerous Bay Area communities that have been awarded voter-approved Proposition 1C housing bond funds from the California Department of H
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 to review their contingency plans for getting to and from work.
OAKLAND, CA — The Federal Transit Administration (FTA) today named Therese W. McMillan as its Deputy Administrator, the #2 job at FTA.
OAKLAND, CA — With only three days left until the close of the month-long Team Bike Challenge, a half-dozen teams in the North Bay are pulling ahead of the pack and vying for the top honors in the annual Bay Area-wide competition to bicycle the most for commuting, shopping, erran
OAKLAND, CA — Those seeking a concrete measure of the recession’s impact on the Bay Area may need to look no further than the nearest freeway.
OAKLAND, CA — Optimal temperatures, fitness, the camaraderie of fellow cyclists and a desire to reduce the region’s carbon footprint brought out the highest ever number of cyclists – 204,000 – for the San Francisco Bay Area’s 15 th Bike to Work Day on May 14, 2009.