The accident happened at about 7:15 p.m. on the 800 block of Lake Oak Court in the Arden-Arcade area.
A major San Francisco Bay Area transit agency says train service has been restored, although delays are expected throughout the system.
The speed limit will be going up on 28 sections of road as a result of a traffic survey required every 7 years by state law. Speed limits are adjusted by how fast cars actually travel on that road.
Gov. Jerry Brown and Democrats in the state Assembly have drafted legislation they hope will help California keep about $1.6 billion in federal transportation money after the state scaled back some public employee pension benefits.
The board overseeing California’s $68 billion high-speed rail project is set to approve a contract to start the first construction work for a bullet train in the Central Valley at its meeting Thursday in Sacramento.
The San Francisco Chronicle is reporting that the new eastern span of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge has more than 1,200 bolts made from galvanized steel that is virtually identical to a high-strength alloy that a nationwide group of transportation officials banned for use on bridges because the bolts can crack.
To ride out the recession, San Joaquin County needs to cut bus services and they could stop picking up people on Sundays. On Tuesday, riders spoke out about the proposed change in service.
Highway deaths have fallen to levels not seen since the Korean War, helped by more people wearing seat belts, better safety equipment in cars and efforts to curb drunken driving.
There’s a move at the State Capitol to eliminate the California Department of Transportation, Caltrans, one of the biggest government agencies in the state.
With some incoming governors rejecting money for high-speed rail, California’s two U.S. senators are asking the Obama administration to redirect federal funding to their home state.