San Joaquin Transit Moving Toward Seamless Fare PaymentsBy Minerva Perez | | No Comments
San Joaquin County transit systems have partnered together to provide their riders with a seamless and contactless way to plan trips and purchase fares.
Regional Buses Serving Yosemite Are Going ElectricBy Minerva Perez | | No Comments
This is a first step in the transition to a zero-emission fleet by 2040.
Lodi Plans a Road Diet for Safety and Economic DevelopmentBy Minerva Perez | | 7 Comments
The Church Street project “brings Lodi up to par with other major cities.”
Stanislaus County to Use Active Transportation Program to Improve a Neglected NeighborhoodBy Minerva Perez | | No Comments
County staff and partners say the project will transform the community.
Modesto Plans a New Road DietBy Minerva Perez | | 48 Comments
The planned changes should bring similar safety benefits and speed reductions seen after a road diet was completed along College Avenue.
In Stockton, a Transit Hub Becomes a Farm Stand TooBy Minerva Perez | | No Comments
Stockton now joins a list of cities who have found that transit centers and bus stops are good locations for farm stands and markets, especially in low-income communities where fresh produce is harder to come by.
Central Valley Regional Transportation Plans Aim to Cut Emissions, DrivingBy Minerva Perez | | 2 Comments
In the Central Valley, two regional plans say they will reduce greenhouse gas emissions and vehicle miles traveled, but it's not clear how that will happen.
New “Sacramento Morning Express” Delivers Early Morning Travelers to the CapitalBy Minerva Perez | | 3 Comments
The new train service is expected to stimulate ridership in the San Joaquin Valley and offer travelers with business in the capital an alternative to driving.
San Joaquin County Bike, Ped Projects Get Money from Local Sales Tax MeasureBy Minerva Perez | | 1 Comment
SJCOG awarded funds for 21 projects in San Joaquin County, including off-street bike paths, on-street bike lanes, signaled bike routes, cycletracks, sidewalks, crosswalks, pedestrian crossing beacons, and several studies.
Merced Bicycle Coalition Launches Pedicab Rides for SeniorsBy Minerva Perez | | 4 Comments
The Merced Bicycle Coalition, in partnership with two senior residential facilities, has launched a fun program that gets seniors out and about via pedicabs.
Madera Adds Bus Route for Community College StudentsBy Minerva Perez | | No Comments
Madera and Oakhurst Community College is located about five miles out of town in any direction. Some students were being dropped off as early as 6 a.m., or using dial-a-ride services to get to class.
San Joaquin Regional Transit District Debuts Tactile, “Talking” Maps for Visually Impaired RidersBy Minerva Perez | | No Comments
San Joaquin Regional Transit District launched a new service that will make it easier for people who are visually impaired and blind to navigate its system using audio and tactile maps of the RTD’s boarding stations.