November 1, 2016

IN THIS ISSUE:

        HIGHLIGHTS IN NOVEMBER NEWSLETTER INCLUDE 

• Unlocking the Grid: UC Berkeley Gets $11 Million to Reduce Traffic
• Car-Crazy Los Angeles Might Have a Few Things to Teach the Smug Bay Area About Mass Transit
• Sacramento Could Be Among First to Test Fleet of Self-Driving Vehicles
• Metro transport systems eyed after hack attack in San Francisco

September 1, 2016

IN THIS ISSUE:
        HIGHLIGHTS IN SEPTEMBER NEWSLETTER INCLUDE 
 
• California Receives $293.1 Million Federal Bonus for Meeting Transportation Project Deadlines
• Officials Want to Take 100,000 Cars Off Los Angeles County's Streets in Five Years
• Golden Gate Bridge Toll Collection to See Dramatic Change
• California to Test Road Vibrations as an Energy Source

August 1, 2016

IN THIS ISSUE:
        HIGHLIGHTS IN AUGUST NEWSLETTER INCLUDE 
• New Transportation Funding Plan Calls for Gas Tax Hike of 17¢ Per Gallon
• Bay Bridge Corridor: $40 Million Suite of Programs to Provide Short-Term Traffic Relief
• Southland to Get $23 Million in Transportation Grants

July 1, 2016

IN THIS ISSUE:
        HIGHLIGHTS IN JULY NEWSLETTER INCLUDE 
• Caltrans Turns to Tech to Ease I-80 Crowding this Month with SMART Corridor Project
• Southern California Shut Out of $759 Million in Transportation Grants
• Caltrans Releases Long-Range Transportation Plan Update
• $100 Million Allocated for Highway and Rail Improvements in North San Diego County

June 1, 2016

IN THIS ISSUE:
        HIGHLIGHTS IN JUNE NEWSLETTER INCLUDE 
  • Caltrans Awards $16.2 Million for South, East Bay Transit Projects

  • California Finishes Critical Congestion Relief Project in San Bernardino

  • Groundbreaking Held for Fresno's New $54 Million Bus Rapid Transit System

  • Another Win for San Diego's Integrated Corridor Management System

May 1, 2016

IN THIS ISSUE:
        HIGHLIGHTS IN MAY NEWSLETTER INCLUDE 
  • San Francisco Makes Pitch to Be Home of Transportation of the Future
  • Orange County Transportation Board Studying Toll Options for 405 Express Lanes, from $2 to $9
  • Caltrans Switches On Electric Freeway Signs to Ease North County Commute
  • Deal Clears Way for $3.6 Billion Sacramento Road, Transit Tax Measure
 

Apr 1, 2016

IN THIS ISSUE:
        HIGHLIGHTS IN APRIL NEWSLETTER INCLUDE 
 
  • OCTA Awards More than $50 Million to Improve Traffic
  • How San Diego is Getting Ready for Self-Driving Cars
  • Sacramento Unveils $36 Billion Transportation Project To-Do List
  • Los Angeles Mayor Backs Taxes for Transportation

Mar 1, 2016

IN THIS ISSUE:
        HIGHLIGHTS IN MAR NEWSLETTER INCLUDE 
 
  • Vendors Testing Alternative Road Tax for California Might Offer Data to Drivers
  • San Francisco in Running for $50 Million Grant to Technologically Improve Transportation
  • Los Angeles' Testing Ground for Transportation Efficiency
  • 225 California Transportation Projects in Trouble

  • ·         San Bernardino Airport to Get $1.3 Million Face-Lift

Feb 1, 2016

IN THIS ISSUE:
        HIGHLIGHTS IN FEB NEWSLETTER INCLUDE 
 
  • Fremont Launches Campaign to Raise Awareness Around Rise in Pedestrian Accidents
  • $500 Million in Federal Funds Earmarked for LA, Orange County Transit Projects
  • Major Changes May Come to San Francisco Bay Area Planning as MTC and ABAG Move Toward Merger 
  •  B

    ig Win for Caltrans: Leaks Plugged on Bay Bridge Eastern Span

Jan 1, 2016

IN THIS ISSUE:
        HIGHLIGHTS IN JAN NEWSLETTER INCLUDE
 
  •         Burbank Airport Hopes for New Terminal in Early 2020s

  • New Law Requires Bicyclists to Pull Over When Traffic Backs Up
  • Innovative Toll Crossing Planned for East Otay
  • Governor's Transportation Budget May Hit Bumpy Roads in Sacramento

Dec 1, 2015

IN THIS ISSUE:
        HIGHLIGHTS IN DEC NEWSLETTER INCLUDE
 
  • FAA Says Santa Monica Airport Must Stay Open Until 2023
  • San Francisco Celebrates Pedestrian, Bike Infrastructure Improvements, Vows to Do Mo
  • Video Surveillance Cameras Proposed to Pasadena Transit Buses
  • California Transportation Commission Adopts 27 Projects, Valued at Nearly $154 Million
 
 

·         San Bernardino Airport to Get $1.3 Million Face-Lift

Nov 1, 2015

IN THIS ISSUE:
        HIGHLIGHTS IN NOV NEWSLETTER INCLUDE
 
  • New $2.2 Billion Terminal Approved for San Diego Airport
  • San Diego Backs Plan to Make Roads Safer for Pedestrians, Cyclists
  • VTA and Google Team Up on Transportation Study
  • Two Californians Appointed to Negotiate Final Transportation Bill



 
 

·         San Bernardino Airport to Get $1.3 Million Face-Lift

Oct 1, 2015

IN THIS ISSUE:
        HIGHLIGHTS IN OCT NEWSLETTER INCLUDE
 
  • San Bernardino Airport to Get $1.3 Million Face-Lift
  • Google Plan Aims to Improve Bicycle Safety Access in Silicon Valley
  • Governor Signs Bus-Camera Ticketing Bill, Muni to Target Double Parkers
  • I-405 Toll Policies Taking Shape Ahead of $1.7 Billion Freeway Expansion



 
 

·         San Bernardino Airport to Get $1.3 Million Face-Lift

September 1, 2015

IN THIS ISSUE:
       HIGHLIGHTS IN SEPT NEWSLETTER INCLUDE
 
  • California Moves to Limit Drone Flights Over Private Property
  • Bikesharing Officially Coming to Downtown Los Angeles
  • Los Gatos Joins Other Cities in Asking VTA for Regionwide Transportation Study
  • San Francisco Seeks Uber Data as Company Touts Commitment to Urban Transit
  • Apple Meets California Officials to Discuss Self-Driving Car
  • Poll: Californians Oppose Higher Gas Tax for Road Repair
 
 

Aug 1, 2015

IN THIS ISSUE:
        HIGHLIGHTS IN AUG NEWSLETTER INCLUDE
 
  • Senate Democrats, Republicans Reject Each Other's Transportation Goals for Special Session
  • ITS-CA 2015 Annual Meeting at LAX Sept 21-23, 2015
  • Los Angeles Will Transfer Airport Ownership Back to Ontario
  • California's Worst Roads Face $5.7 Billion Funding Gap-in-Nation
 
 

June 1, 2015

IN THIS ISSUE:
        HIGHLIGHTS IN JUNE NEWSLETTER INCLUDE
 
  • California Considers First Gas Tax Increase since 1990s
  • Save the Date for ITS-CA 2015 Annual Meeting at LAX
  • Meet the New President and CEO of ITS America Regina Hopper
  • Caltrain Workshop Focuses on New Electric Train Cars
 
 

May 1, 2015

IN THIS ISSUE:
        HIGHLIGHTS IN MAY NEWSLETTER INCLUDE
 
  • OCTA To Take Charge of 405 Toll-Lane Project
  • LA City Coucilmember Wants to Stop WAZEF From Giving Drivers so Many Shortcuts
  • New App Alerts Walnut Creek Drivers to Traffic Light Changes
  • Latest Self-Driving Google Car Heading to Public Streets
 
 

April 1, 2015

IN THIS ISSUE:
        HIGHLIGHTS IN APRIL NEWSLETTER INCLUDE
 
  • Road Repail Bill Would Raise California Gas Tax, Vehicle Fees
  • San Diego OKs $120 Million for Infrastructure
  • California Transportation Commission Approves $325.8 Million for Statewide Transportation Improvements
  • Prospect Silicon Valley Announces ITS Signal Lab for Connected Vehicle Applications
 
 

March 1, 2015

IN THIS ISSUE:
        HIGHLIGHTS IN MARCH NEWSLETTER INCLUDE
 
  • Bay Area Toll Authority Approves $450,000 Contract to Study Electric Tolling For All Bay Area Bridges
  • Eco-Friendly California Looks Beyond Gas Tax to Fix Roads
  • New Metrolink Cars'Safety Features Probably Reduced Casualties
  • VTA Innovation Center Provides Opportunity for Transportation Collaboration
 
 

February 1, 2015

IN THIS ISSUE:
UPCOMING EVENTS
SAVE the DATE for ITS CA 2015 Annual Meeting at LAX

 AVIATION
FAA Nixes San Diego Waterfront Ferris Wheel - For Now
Ex-FAA Official: Ontario Airport Considered Vital to Nation's Air System
 
BICYCLES / PEDESTRIANS
New App Aims to Prevent Bicycle-Involved Accidents
Metro Moving into Bikesharing Business in L.A.,Pasadena
San Francisco Unveils New Pedestrian Safety Efforts
Bikesharing Comes to San Diego
Feds Offer Fresno Help Planning Bikeshare System
California Bill Would Require Bike Helmets for All
Lawmaker Hopes Rear Light Will Make Cyclists Safer
New Bicycle Master Plan Rides Into Vista
 
CARTOGRAPHY
This Scenario-Based Transit Map Will Change Your Commute
 
ELECTRONIC TOLLING
Brown Adminstration Paving Way for Expansion of Toll Lanes
Golden Gate Toll Authority Penalizes Electronic Toll Collection Contractor
FUNDING
Obama's Budget Earmark's More than 1 Billion for California Transportation
Obama's Budget Includes Windfall for LA Transportation
Brown Seeks New Sources of Money for Fixing Roads As Gas Tax Value Plunges
Atkins Wants New Vehicle Fee for Transportation Projects
Bumpy Road Ahead for Transportation Financing Plans
Early Plans to Raise Transportation Funds
Sacramento Considering Half-Cent County Transportation Sales Tax
Santa Cruz County Looking for New Transportation Funding Sources
California State Transportation Agency Seeks Applicants for Transit and Intercity Rail Program
'Moving Dollars' Puts California Transportation Spending in Focus
 
 
INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION
Connected California - Why the State is Home to Some of the World's Most Innovative ITS Thinking
 
 
MARITIME
Port Dispute is Felt All Along West Coast
How the Marine Exchange of Southern California Handles Port Congestion
 
OTHER
LA Tied for Fourth in the US City Wired Transportation Report Rankings
Palo Alto's Transportation Chief Resigns
Palo Alto Seeks Ideas for New Transportation Management Association
Tijuana Ti Quiero Infuses Happiness to Border Wait
Transportation Innovation Abounds in the Bay Area
Caltrans Announces Significant Progress as Reform Efforts Continue
New Website Let's Residents Monitor Bay Area's Vital Signs
 
PARKING
New App Latest Move in Sacramento's Parking Overhaul
 
PLANNING
What is the Bay Area's Plan for 21sr Century Transportation?
Eight Key Transportation Projects in San Diego for 2015
 
PUBLIC INFORMATION/EDUCATION
Kids of Caltrans Workers Tell Drivers to "Be Alert" in New Public TV Public Safety Announcement
 
RAILROADS
In 10 years Since Deadly Glendale Crash, Metrolink Has Made Safety a Focus
 
ROADWAYS
State's 5 Worst Bottlenecks Are in Los Angeles, Orange Counties
Hayward's Quirky Traffic Signs Grab Drivers' Attention
CHP Issuing $500 Traffic Tickets to Carpool Violators in Bay Bridge Lane Crackdown
This Guerilla Public Servant Forged a Los Angeles Freeway Sign to Help People Avoid Getting Lost
Orange County West County Connectors Project Completed
Caltrans and Partners Break Ground on I-5/Genesee Avenue Interchange Project
Caltrans Cleans Up and Gives Roadslide Debri New Life
SAFETY / SECURITY
Waze Rejects Criticism by Los Angeles Police Chief
Sacramento Regional Transit Considering Changes After Shootings
Los Angeles Taps Social Media to Fight Hit-and-Run
 
TAXIS / RIDESHARING
DMV Retracts Advisory on Rideshare Vehicle Registration
 
TRANSIT
Cheap Gas May Not Lead to Drop in Transit Ridership, Experts Say
SMART Expects Delivery of First Commuter Train in March
New App Lets Los Angeles Bus Riders Pay Fares By Phone
Little-Known Agency Keeps Southern California Commuter Rail Network on Track
Beacon Technology to Target Union Station Visitors with Help, Commerce
SFMTA Unanimously Approves Free Muni for Seniors and People with Disabilities
Transbay Transit Center Selling Naming Rights; ABAG Facing Audit
Prospects for Second Bart Tube Gain Momentum, But Wait Could Be Long
Bay Area Relying Less on Public Transit, New Figures Show
BART to Receive $5 Million Federal Grant to Protect Trackside Workers
BART Board Votes to Bans E-cigarettes
Transportation Budget Would Extend San Diego Trolley From Old Town to University City
San Diego Transit Agency Launches New Low-Floor Trolley Cars
Cellphone Service, Wi-Fi at Los Angeles Metro Underground Stations to Debut in August
Marin Transit District Post Record Ridership
AC Transit Lauching Double-Decker Bus Pilot Program, Passengers Ride Free
SunLine Debuts Permanent Home in Thousand Palms
Antelope Valley Transit Authority Now Offering Real-Time Bus Location Information
Feds on Boardwith Sacramento Streetcar
Santa Monica's Blue Bus Launches Information Improvements Including Online Trip Planner
San Joaquin Regional Transit District Introduces Transit Ambassadors Pilot Program
 
TRAVELER INFORMATION / TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT
Palo Alto Seeks Feedback on New Transportation Management Association
 
VEHICLES
Silicon Valley Emerges asTransportation Hub with Apple Car
Ford Makes Major Push Into Silicon Valley
Google Warns DMV Not to Over-Regulate Self-Driving Cars
High-Speed Elecric Car Chargers to Link San Diego, San Francisco, Portland
Bill Would Allow Digital California Driver's Licences
 
 

December 1, 2014

IN THIS ISSUE:
UPCOMING EVENTS
SAVE the DATE for ITS CA 2015 Annual Meeting at LAX
T3 Webinar: Guidance Tool for Implementation of Traffic Incident Management
 
AVIATION
Knives at LAX, JFK Restaurants Raise Security Concerns
 
BICYCLES / PEDESTRIANS
Legislators Want to Outlaw Pedestrian Tolls on Golden Gate Bridge
Hit-and-Runs Take a Rising Toll on Cyclists
Interactive Lights in San Leandro Entertain, Collect Pedestrian Data
Bicyclists Seek Space in Caltrain Changes
 
FUNDING
Caltrans Awards Nearly $3 Million to Fresno, Madera for Transportation Projects
 
INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION
ITS America Leadership Circle 2014 Year in Review Report
US DOT's 2014 ITS Benefits, Costs, and Lessons Learned Report and Fact Sheets Available Online
 
MARITIME
Cargo Diverted from Congested Long Beach, Los Angeles Ports
Port of Los Angeles Nets Awards for Cybersecurity and Public Outreach Efforts
 
OTHER
State's Gasoline Use is on the Rise
Port of Oakland Truck Pollution Drops 76% in Black Carbon
Improved San Ysidro Port of Entry Already Paying Off for San Diego County Businesses
San Ysidro to See $216 Million in Funding for Expanding Port of Entry
Speaking with Steven Cliff, Caltrans' New Sustainability Director
 
PARKING
San Diego Parking Money Falls Into Void
 
RAILROADS
Federal Ruling a Win for California's Bullet Train
California Republicans Ask Appropriators to Keep High-Speed Rail Funding Out of Bill
Metrolink Auditor Probing Irregularities at Railroad is Put on Leave
State Clashes with Railroads Over Handling of Oil Train Information
 
ROADWAYS
California Highways Seeing Record Traffic, Bucking Years of Decline
SANDAG Rejects Call to Delay Freeway Expansions
Independent Report Calls Bay Bridge Tests 'Unscientific,' 'Erroneous'
Caltrans System Should Reduce Martinez Commute Times
City of Palo Alto Selects Trafficware to Implement State-of-the-Art Traffic Signal System

SAFETY / SECURITY
Growing Number of Drivers Under Influence of Marijuana Worrying Bay Area Traffic Officials
Alert System Would Target California Drivers in Hit-and-Run Crashes

TAXIS / RIDESHARING
Los Angeles, San Francisco Sue Uber Over Airport Rides, Driver Screening
Los Angeles Taxis May Get Apps to Equal Competition
 
TRAFIC INCIDENT MANAGEMENT
FHWA Offers Free Online National Traffic Incident Management Responder Training

TRANSIT
Caltrans Grants $550 Million to Transit Projects Statewide
BART to Oakland International Airport 'Train to Plane' Service Opens
Fisherman's Wharf Transit Options Difficult to Navigate, Workers Say
Transbay Transit Center Grand Vision Includes Thriving Retail Hub
Ad Blitz in Bay Area Transit Hubs Designed to Break Homeless Stereotypes
Injury Concern Prompts Muni to Remove Over 1,400 Bus Seats
Artist Group to Install Transit-Tied LED Lights on San Francisco's Market Street
Passengers Get First Glimpse of Anaheim's ARTIC Transit Station, Now Open for Business
Gleaming New Transportation Hub Reflects Orange County's Embrace of Public Transit
Anaheim Plans to Run ARTIC Transit Hub in the Black
Anaheim Council Moves Ahead on Smaller Signage for ARTIC Transit Hub
North County Transit District to Seek Proposals on Expanded Footprint for Solana Beach Train Station Property
North County Transit Bans Alcohol Aboard Trains
Japanese Firm Plans to Build Light-Rail Cars in LA Area After All
SamTrans and Developer Reach Deal to Let San Carlos Transit Village Project Begin
 
TRAVELER INFORMATION / TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT
San Francisco Cracking Down on Drivers Who Block Intersections, Double Park
Caltrans Traffic Center in Redding Prepares for Large Storm
 

November 1, 2014

IN THIS ISSUE:
UPCOMING EVENTS
SAVE the DATE for ITS CA 2015 Annual Meeting at LAX
T3 Webinar: Guidance Tool for Implementation of Traffic Incident Management
Performance Measures – December 16
ITS America Webinar Series - December 2014
Government Affairs Update: The Impact of the 2014 Midterm Elections on Transportation Policy

AVIATION
Aviation Groups Give More Than $500,000 to Save Santa Monica Airport

BICYCLES / PEDESTRIANS
Golden Gate Bridge Renews Talk of Sidewalk Tolls
Bicycle Deaths Soar; California Leads Nation
San Diego Launches First Bikesharing Program
LA Mayor Considers Diagonal Walkways
Incorporating Bicycles Into California High-Speed Rail Project
Sidewalk Bicycling Safety to be Debated in Sacramento
Davis Expanding Bike Lane Infrastructure with European-Inspired Design Plan
Long Beach Begins Construction of Pedestrian-Only Beach Path

ELECTRONIC TOLLING
Orange County Residents Consider Toll Lanes Along I-405

FUNDING
LA Mayor Calls for More Public-Private Partnerships to Reduce Traffic Problems
Transportation Measures in San Francisco, Alameda County Win Support
Bay Bridge Deficit Expected, Forcing Officials to Shift Funds
Budget Shortfalls Continue to Affect Mendocino County Roads
San Bernardino County to Receive $9 Million for Transportation Projects

MARITIME
Port of Los Angeles Air Pollution Down 80% Since 2005

OTHER
Downtown LA Group Gives City Ultimatum Over TV, Film Production
Costs Soaring for MTC's New HQ
Facebook Shuttle Bus Drivers Vote to Join Teamsters Union
Mexico Halts Immigration Inspection at Otay Mesa

PARKING
Lack of Parking Drives Many Away from Mass Transit in the Los Angeles Area
California Cities Putting the Brakes on Some For-Profit Parking Apps

PUBLIC INFORMATION / EDUCATION
Priya David Clemens Named Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District Spokesperson

RAILROADS
California High-Speed Rail Head Says Project Still on Track Despite GOP
Caltrain's Modernization Project to Take Longer, Cost More

ROADWAYS
As Economy Improves, LA and OC Rise in Traffic Congestion Rankings
San Francisco Transit Officials Crackdown on Drivers Who Clog Intersections
Who-Clog-Intersections-281522771.html
New Bay Bridge Fix – No Steel Plates, No Traffic Nightmares?
Condition of Napa County Roads Lags, Transport Officials Say
Engineers Brainstorm to Lower Cost of North County Corridor
Orange County Streets Rank Best in State

SAFETY / SECURITY
Motorcycle Lane-Splitting Study Finds: the More Speed, the More Danger
Somber Memorial in San Francisco to Dozens Killed in Traffic Accidents
Santa Monica Police to Step Up Bike and Pedestrian Safety
Safety-Enforcement-Friday/41717
Caltrans Launches Interactive Game to Teach Teen Drivers Safe Driving Skills in Highway Work Zones
University of California, San Diego School of Medicine Helps Businesses Implement Cellphone Bans

TAXIS / RIDESHARING
San Francisco Airport First in US to Reach Deals with Uber, Lyft
San Francisco Cabdrivers Officially Join Union, Take Aim at Uber, Lyft, Sidecar

TELEMATICS
Telematics Event Highlights Direction, Challenges of Connected Car Market

TRANSIT
Metro's Purple Line Continues Westward Push
Los Angeles' Transit Agencies See Success with Suicide Prevention Campaign
Bus Rapid Transit Expert Sees Room for Improvement on San Francisco System
Planned Bus Rapid Transit Project in Daly City Aims to Expand Connectivity
BART Link to Oakland Airport to Open Before Thanksgiving
Bulb-Outs, Other Traffic Measures to Help Cut Travel Times on Muni's 9-San Bruno Line
Oakland Transit Developers Could Go Streetcar Route
Marin SMART Construction Moves Forward as Service Set to Begin in Two Years
Anaheim Planners Reject ARTIC Transit Hub's Digital Billboards
New Website Eases Transit Planning for Mountain Transit
Transit ITS Seminar – March 4-5 – Salt Lake City

TRAVELER INFORMATION / TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT
Rural Traveler Information Site Grows in Western US
Businesses to Drive Palo Alto's New Transportation Management Association

VEHICLES
Permits for Testing Self-Driving Cars Are a Hot Commodity in California
Director of US DOT's ITS Joint Program Office Talks Connected Vehicles and More
 

October 1, 2014

IN THIS ISSUE:
AVIATION
Inland Empire Seeks to Regain Control of Ontario Airport from LA
FAA Chief Urges Quick Resolution in Ontario Airport Dispute

BICYCLES / PEDESTRIANS
Expansion of Bike Lanes in Los Angeles
Car-Pedestrian Crashes Have West Hollywood Weighing Safety vs. Speed
Students Suggest Ways to Get Peers Biking to San Francisco State University
Sacramento Faces Lawsuit Over Bicycle Accident
California, Google Partner to Map Trails and Parks

CAMERAS
Civil Liberties Groups Appeal for Los Angeles Authorities' Collected License Plate Data
Caltrans Activates Traffic Cameras in San Luis Obispo, Monterey and Santa Barbara Counties

ELECTRONIC TOLLING
OC Transit Authority Considers Toll Lanes on Southern 405 Freeway
TransCore to Develop Bay Area Express Lane Network

INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION
ITS California 2014 Thinking Aloud Show
Scott Belcher Reflects on His Years at ITS America and Takes a Look Ahead

MARITIME
Port of Los Angeles Boasts Busiest Month in Eight Years
California's Smaller Ports Handling Bulk and Breakbulk

OTHER
Sacramento Trying to Boost Transportation Options in Downtown
Transportation Experts Offer Ideas to Speed Up LA Traffic
Interview with Contra Costa Transportation Authority's Randy Iwasaki
San Francisco Tries to Vote Its Way Out of Chronic Traffic Jam
Spending Soars Higher on Relocation of Bay Bridge's Birds
Facebook's Bus Drivers Seek Union
MTC Honors Contributions to Bay Area Transportation

PARKING
Los Angeles to Test New, Streamlined Parking Signs

PUBLIC INFORMATION / EDUCATION
Caltrain Launches Suicide-Prevention Webpage

RAILROADS
California High-Speed Rail Wins Big Round in State High Court
Caltrain Cleared to Advance Design-Build Plans for Electrification
Sacramento Launches Downtown Depot Makeover
Just One Federal Inspector Oversees All State's Railroad Bridges
Concerned About Safety, California to Inspect Railroad Bridges for First Time
Union Pacific Boosts Rail Inspections in High-Hazard Mountain Passes
Transit Project Report's Psychedelic Cover Was a Bit of a Trip

ROADWAYS
Making Los Angeles Streets 'Great,' Ending Pedestrian Deaths Are Mayor's and LADOT's Goals
57 Freeway Expansion Completed After Nearly Four Years
405 Carpool Lane Made 'Relatively No Change' in Rush Hour Traffic, Study Finds
Why Did the Mountain Lion Cross the Freeway? To Breed

SAFETY / SECURITY
San Francisco Police Increase Traffic Citations, Reduce Traffic Fatalities

TAXIS / RIDESHARING
Los Angeles and San Francisco Threaten Ridesharing Firms

TRANSIT
Transbay Transit Center's Future in Doubt After Deal Falls Apart
Feds Give SF Muni Money to Buy New Buses
BART to Roll Out Test of Late-Night Service
Los Angeles Officials Break Ground on $1.4 Billion Regional Connector
Metro to Rename Rail Stations for Zev Yaroslavsky, Gloria Molina
The Valley Deserves to be Part of LA's Public Transit Revolution
US DOT Celebrates Groundbreaking of Los Angeles Regional Connector, Improving Transit Efficiency
San Diego MTS Investing $54 Million to Rebuild Bus Facilities
Ron Diridon, Sr., Receives Hall of Fame Award from APTA

TRAVELER INFORMATION / TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT
Orange County to Manage Traffic with Trial Interoperable CCTV

VEHICLES
LA Mayor: We Will Be First City to Do Autonomous Vehicles Right
Mercedes-Benz to Test Self-Driving Cars at Former Concord Naval Weapons Station

September 01, 2014

IN THIS ISSUE:
  • The ITS CA Annual Meeting is being held October 14-16th at the Hyatt Regency in Santa Clara
  • The 3rd International Conference on Connected Vehicles and Expo (ICCVE 2014) November
    3-7, 2014 - Vienna, Austria
  • New Bill Pushes for Breastfeeding Rooms in California Airports
  • Survey: Marin Biking Outpaces Rest of State

Stay Connected

fbook-60   twitter-60   lkdin-60
         

Contact Us

P.O. Box 862100
Los Angeles, CA 90086
(415) 723-0511