San Francisco, CA – For decades, air pollution plagued the Bay Area, posing a serious health threat to local residents. Yet, thanks to the contributions of many local groups, air quality has steadily improved in recent years.
In June 2006 Caltrans will embark on the second in a series of three major operations in its retrofit-by-replacement of the Bay Bridge West Approach structure in San Francisco.
2005 Annual Report Focuses on Bridge Upgrade Program
A coalition of California business, labor and public leaders has honored MTC and its transit partners with its “Edmund G. ‘Pat’ Brown Award” for balancing environmental and economic principles.
San Francisco, CA ...The Toll Bridge Program Oversight Committee (TBPOC), consisting of Caltrans, the Bay Area Toll Authority (BATA) and the California Transportation Commission (CTC), named the contractor that will build the Self-Anchored Suspension (SAS) Bridge for the new East
The California Geographic Information Association (CGIA) has selected the transit.511.org portal as the recipient of this year's CGIA Outstanding Internet GIS Presentation Award.
TREASURE ISLAND, CA — A new bus service connecting most BART stations during the late-night hours when BART trains don't run, was officially launched on Tuesday, March 21, 2006.
On Sunday, January 22, 2006, Caltrans added two new FasTrak®-only lanes at the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge toll plaza. The new FasTrak®-only lanes were originally scheduled to open on Monday, December 19, however, rainy weather had temporarily delayed the necessary lane-restriping.
The California Air Resource Board’s (CARB) recent decision to preserve the two-path, fuel-neutral policy gives local transit agencies the flexibility to invest in the best transportation option for their community. As part of the October 20, 2005 decision, CARB will require that for every new di
Caltrans held a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Thursday, September 22, 2005, to celebrate the successful completion of the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge Seismic Retrofit Project.