All Bay, All Day
State Highway 121 in rural Napa County east of Napa remains closed Wednesday because of a fatal vehicle crash caused by a landslide.
State Highway 1 between Muir and Stinson beaches in Marin County will open to one-way traffic before noon Thursday.
Caltrans released an assessment detailing the vulnerability of the Bay Area's highway and transportation infrastructure to the hazards of climate change.
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee today introduced legislation seeking to create three new Navigation Centers, or homeless shelters, on the edge of Visitacion Valley and in the city’s South of Market neighborhood.
The legislation package includes a lease for a…
East Bay residents commuting into San Francisco Monday would be wise to use alternate routes or take BART.
Demolition of the marine foundations of the Bay Bridge's old eastern span finished up Saturday morning with just one small blip caused by an errant seal.
AB 857 will allow The City to lease up to 10 parcels underneath highways from Caltrans at 30 percent below market rate.
Caltrans is hoping a $40 million rebuilding project will have state Highway 1 at Mud Creek reopened by late summer 2018.
Demolition of the remaining 13 marine foundations of the bridge's old eastern span is scheduled to begin today.
Caltrans was told on Sunday about a detour sign in Napa that was hacked or changed to read something hateful, a Caltrans spokesman said Friday.
A major landslide in Monterey County has covered roughly 1,500 feet of state Highway 1 with more than 1 million tons of rock and dirt.
Contra Costa County officials hope that by this summer a project will be underway to help law enforcement deter or capture people responsible for a series of shootings.
Oakland city officials will cut the ribbon Monday morning on the city's first protected bike lane, three days before Bike to Work Day.
Gov. Jerry Brown announced a landmark transportation investment package that, if approved by state lawmakers, will funnel billions of dollars in funding to transportation infrastructure.
A fatal 2016 Greyhound bus crash in San Jose was caused by a lack of adequate highway markings.
Crews will remove the final steel truss section of the old Bay Bridge on Tuesday.
All southbound lanes of U.S. Highway 101 are open again Friday evening after a heavily traveled overpass in Palo Alto was badly damaged Thursday night.
A heavily traveled highway overpass in Palo Alto was badly damaged Thursday night when the bed of a dump truck struck the northern edge of it.
A large section of state Highway 37 in Marin County reopened Thursday morning after being partially or fully closed since early January.
Caltrans and the California Highway Patrol reopened one lane in each direction on state Highway 17 near Scotts Valley Saturday morning.
Officials are in disagreement over whether it is safe to clear a landslide in the Santa Cruz Mountains Friday morning.
Homeless camps have been a more frequent sight in Oakland in recent years. This one aimed to be different.
Two people were killed in a crash between a van and an SUV in Santa Cruz County Thursday morning.
A deep sinkhole that opened up in a southbound lane of state Highway 13 in Oakland Monday has been repaired and traffic in the area is back to normal.
Caltrans officials said all lanes of state Highway 84 in Fremont are open again after a mudslide closed the road Sunday afternoon.
Mudslides Tuesday night in Sunol caused road closures and displaced one family.
U.S. Highway 101 in Gilroy reopened early Monday morning after severe flooding Sunday night caused it to close.
Niles Canyon Road in Fremont has reopened Monday morning after having been closed for hours earlier due to a mudslide.
Officials from the California Highway Patrol and the San Jose Fire Department are "looking into" a series of fires that have taken place along a stretch of U.S. Highway 101.
State Highway 113 between Fry and Hay roads south of Dixon reopened Friday at 2:44 p.m.
A coalition of East Bay homeless people and advocates sued Caltrans in Alameda County Superior Court in Oakland Tuesday.
An open house will be held in San Rafael Friday evening about converting the right shoulder of eastbound I-580 on the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge to a third traffic lane.
A big rig carrying what appears to be a massive amount of chicken guts or slurry spilled a portion of its load Thursday evening.
High-tide flooding in Marin County is expected in December and January starting Sunday.
A cyclist advocacy group is demanding changes to an Interstate Highway 880 interchange in Hayward where two people have died in the past 20 months.
Drivers are advised to avoid the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge after a big-rig wreck resulted in a fire that closed all eastbound lanes.