The BART board will be voting on banning travel to anti-LGBTQ policy states - which currently is alabama, Kansas, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Tennessee and Texas. And BART will be working with SFMTA to put elevator attendants at Civic Center and Powell stations due to the homeless issues. The pilot was a success although its disappointing its needed as much.
I didn't think about it but the new wake up later bill for middle and high school really burns public transit agencies that run school trips.
This is awesome. And I wish more transit agencies would try converting deadhead trips to actual trips. I doubt it'll get much attention or use, but the existence doesn't hurt anyone.
Improving access to Yerba Buena island from the new east span of the bay bridge to allow better access for pedestrians,cyclists and wheelchair users from the bridge.
Interesting take from SPUR on MTC supporting the Valley Link project.
AC Transit saved 1.9 Million on East Bay BRT. hopefully it stays that way
Full results of all the Bay Area relevant legislation. There are a lot of bills!
Great overview of ramifications of Prop 6 ramifications. Somehow I believe that Californians will pass this on. but try every transit advocate must to protect it. Never the less I'm suspicious on it effect on transit operations. They just started collecting last year. I don't know how they could already be spending the monies for it.
Quick summary of the results of MTC wins and loses with the state legislature. For environmentalists there are quite a few wins.
Presentation on basically encouraging agencies to train employees to try to be equitable to neighborhoods baring race. Kinda scary that somehow we've gone from 457 hate groups in 1999 to 954 in 2017
Presentation for the clipper card 2 updates.
Sacking Ed Reiskin won't accomplish anything without a paradigm shift in governance...
Fulton bus service had improved, but neighbors complained, so let the roll back begin...
The latest holdup will bump back the opening of the Berryessa line by a year or more.
Starting with Santa Monica, users can now check transit routes and times in the Lyft app—part of the ride-sharing company's strategy to move beyond cars.
It’s hard to believe San Francisco was once known as the City That Knows How, a nickname bestowed by President William Howard Taft in 1911. Just five years after weathering a devastating earthquake...
After a citywide Muni service slowdown that itself stretched at least 90 days, Muni officials now have a 90-day plan to reverse those woes. Buses sat cold in Muni yards across The City from late April...