On September 23, 2008 Governor Schwarzenegger signed the latest budget in the state’s history. While Proposition 42 was not suspended, public transit funds were diverted at record levels, as discussed in detail below.
Temporary support structures have begun to rise out of the San Francisco Bay at Yerba Buena Island, as construction moves forward on the Bay Bridge’s Self-Anchored Suspension (SAS) Span.
A unique, cutting edge building, designed to create an environment that is usable by individuals of all ages, with and without disabilities, is under construction in Berkeley.
The Metropolitan Transportation Commission San Francisco Bay Area, San Francisco, CA, USA, received the Parking Council Best Practices Award in recognition of its project entitled “Reforming Parking Policies to Support Smart Growth” a
The Northern California Chapter of the Conference of Minority Transportation Officials (COMTO) recently announced its 2008 award recipients who will be recognized at its Fourth Annual Industry Awards and Recognition Reception on Thursday, August 14, 2008, 6-8 pm, at the Carnelian Room Ban
Caltrans and the Solano Transportation Authority have begun work on several projects to relieve congestion, improve pavement conditions and enhance safety along Interstate 80 in Solano County.
Bay Area commuters can circle Thursday, June 19 on their calendars and get ready to plan their free trip on transit.
MTC and its Bay Area Toll Authority (BATA) branch received the Project of the Year award for the new Benicia-Martinez Bridge from the California Transportation Foundation (CTF) in the annual statewide Tranny Awards c
Spurred on by skyrocketing gas prices, concerns about global warming and the fact that it was also an official "Spare the Air" day, a record number of cyclists turned out for Bike to Work Day on May 15, 2008, according to event organizers.
Air District Issues Second Spare the Air Advisory of 2008 Summertime Season