Posts Tagged ‘Traffic’
Santa Cruz received a grant to automate traffic management on busy, tourist-packed streets.
Raised bicycle lanes are likely to replace 167 parking spaces along Masonic Avenue between Fell and Geary.
A congestion fee for downtown drivers could reduce congestion, improve safety and avoid perpetual gridlock.
Of all the traffic hazards in San Francisco, a 20-foot sinkhole in the middle of the street may be the most unexpected.
Traffic could be a nightmare today in Palo Alto, but a new Mike Judge comedy series on Silicon Valley just might be worth it.
After a year-and-a-half delay and only 350 bikes, Supervisor Wiener is disappointed by the bike-share program’s slow progress.
The Bay Area edged other areas in “mega-commuters,” people who slog more than 90 minutes and 50 miles to work.
Two horses were seen just “hanging out” on the 680 northbound ramp in the Martinez area around 2 a.m. Sunday.
San Francisco tied L.A. for second place on a list detailing U.S. cities with the worst traffic.
See that motorcyclist weaving in and out of traffic? Not only is it perfectly legal, the State has issued guidelines on how it should be done.
A $31 million security system would train digital eyes on every cranny and nook of the new Bay Bridge span.
According to a new study, removing just one percent of drivers would really help congested Bay Area roads.
A new survey shows twice as many California drivers tested positive for drugs than for alcohol.
San Francisco is now the first city in the country to have a shared electric scooter system to cut around traffic.
A new report shows bicycling in San Francisco has exploded in recent years, yet our infrastructure still lags.
The slow-motion parade on I-80 between the Bay Bridge and I-580 has borne a novel solution: Dynamic speed limits.
Inspired by similar programs in India and Singapore, engineers at Stanford hope some random cash can change people’s commute habits.
Your FasTrak transponder will help tally the bill for making your commute more predictable and in theory, quicker.
Yesterday I drove my girlfriend’s car to one of The City’s less bike-friendly neighborhoods. I came to regret that decision.
Commuters, we’ve been down this road before. Or, this road has been down before.
Parking in The City is an out and out nightmare. Up hills you go, round blocks, battling one-way streets, and on it goes.
The roads have been striped. The public has been warned. And next month, toll lanes are coming to the 237-880 interchange in the South Bay.
Riding through the Fell and Oak corridor on a bicycle can be a terrifying experience.