Gov. Brown's Highway Plan Includes $65 Driver FeeMore than two months after calling a special session to address California's transportation funding backlog, Gov. Jerry Brown has begun circulating a list of administration proposals on how to pay for it.
Uber Service Goes Into Effect At Sacramento International AirportTravelers now have a new and cheaper way to get to and from Sacramento International Airport. Uber is now able to to pick up and drop off passengers at the airport.
High-Speed 'Hyperloop Tube'
Lawsuit Contests High-Speed Rail Air Quality PlansSuit says state agency downplays harmful environmental effects and exaggerates benefits.
East Coast Storm Causing Flight Delays Across The CountryThe majority of flights scheduled to leave Newark Liberty Airport have been canceled as a winter storm moves up the East Coast.
Damaged Overhead Light Rail Lines Cause Headache For CommutersLight rail commuters in the Sacramento area were delayed getting to work this morning after a train stalled.
Dump Truck Crashes Into Sacramento HomeThe accident happened at about 7:15 p.m. on the 800 block of Lake Oak Court in the Arden-Arcade area.
BART Blames Server Upgrade For Service DisruptionA major San Francisco Bay Area transit agency says train service has been restored, although delays are expected throughout the system.
Manteca Increases Speed Limits So Cops Can Continue Using Radar Guns On SpeedersThe 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.
Legislation Would Protect Calif. Transit MoneyGov. 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.
Board Set To Approve Calif High-Speed Rail DealThe 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.
Report Claims New Bay Bridge Bolts Contain Banned AlloyThe 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.