It's not that surprising to see San Francisco and Berkeley in AARP's list of most livable cities, because they are very well served by transit and both have progressive policies aimed at improving people's lives. But they are expensive.
A Metro committee approved the plan for a 9.2-mile, 14-station at-grade light rail line for the Van Nuys corridor, expected to open in 2027
SFMTA's new fine structure has some safe-streets advocates fuming.
The 11th-hour opposition campaign seeks to stop a project supported by 75 percent of neighborhood residents just three years ago.
Gas tax repeal effort threatens billions in Bay Area transportation projects (Mercury News) Feds propose stiff tariff on Chinese-manufactured e-bikes (Bicycle Retailer) What’s on the California ballot this November, so far (Sacramento Bee) Pony Express Ride kicks off in Sacramento (Sacramento Bee) SFMTA on the road to an all-electric fleet (SF Examiner) California joins a […]
Cities, counties, and transit agencies say that S.B. 1, for the first time, gives them a reliable funding stream for maintenance and repair.