A lab equipment technician from Pleasanton took the 100,000th trip on the new I-680 Express Lane last month, as usage of the new lane continues to rise. Larry Urquhart took the historic trip on January 13, 2011, Express Lane records show.
The nine-county Bay Area is served by more than 20 transportation systems offering everything from practical buses to romantic cable cars. Navigating through the maze of options can be confusing for riders.
After 28 days crossing the wintery Pacific Ocean from Shanghai, the third shipment of tower sections for the self-anchored suspension span (SAS) of the new San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge East Span passed under the Golden Gate and into San Francisco Bay on December 13.
Today, the Transbay Joint Powers Authority’s (TJPA) demolition contractor Evans Brothers, Inc.
While the Bay Area’s attention was focused on the San Francisco Giants and the World Series, another high stakes event was going on over the Bay last week.
Today, Caltrans and the Sonoma County Transportation Authority announced the completion of a $120 million project that will provide traffic congestion relief for commuters on U.S. Highway 101 between Windsor and Santa Rosa.
Local, state and federal officials gathered at the Pittsburg/Bay Point BART station today for the groundbreaking for the extension of the BART system into Eastern Contra Costa County.
October 25, 2010
Bay Area residents who regularly use Oakland International Airport have something to celebrate this week – the ceremonial groundbreaking for the long-awaited Oakland Airport Connector project.
The popularity of the Clipper transit fare card continues to grow rapidly, with 178,225 transactions logged the week ending October 1, an increase of almost 9 percent over the prior week. This continues the steady upward climb in usage since the card was introduced in mid-June of this year.