Caltrans has awarded more than $227 million to fund safety projects designed to reduce traffic deaths and serious injuries on city and county roads around the state. Read More
The Metropolitan Transportation Commission has unanimously endorsed a federal advocacy strategy to maximize the Bay Area’s share of the more than $100 billion in competitive grants made available through the 2021 Bipartisan Infrastructure Law.
Beginning this month, people biking and walking on the Golden Gate Bridge east sidewalk will notice sections of the pathway narrowed for construction and storage related to the ongoing installation of a suicide deterrent net, according to the Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District.
San Francisco's Vision Zero project continues to move forward, with a goal of making city streets safer.
Work has slowed on one of the more significant projects underway in the Bay Area — a suicide barrier on the Golden Gate Bridge, span officials said this week. Read More
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency has developed a handy-dandy map that shows San Francisco residents what's happening on their streets.
Startups, innovators and entrepreneurs are invited to apply to become a “Startup in Residence” (STIR) with the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) to develop a Bay Area transit visual information system for use by emergency managers in times of crisis. Read More
When the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge Bike/Pedestrian path opens Nov. 16, it will mark the first time in Northern California history that there will be bike and pedestrian access connecting the East Bay with Marin County.
More than 100 people turned out under bright skies for the dedication of a public access pier adjacent to Yerba Buena Island named in honor of Bimla Gill Rhinehart. Read More