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A meeting to discuss a proposed half-cent sales tax that would raise billions for Alameda County transportation projects has been scheduled Thursday night at City Hall. The event, sponsored by the Alameda County Transportation Commission, will begin
East Contra Costa County, officials with the public transit agency met with residents Tuesday night to receive thoughts on a possible third station farther east...Keller pointed out several times that there is no funding lined up for any
This is going to allow individuals to use our airport to travel in a much more efficient manner," said Oakland City Council President Larry Reid at a news conference on Hegenberger Road, where workers were in the final stages of completing the
East Contra Costa County, funding for two key pieces of the 10-mile extension has been locked into place. Pittsburg/Bay Point station into the region using diesel-powered trains rather than electric cars...Benicia-based Lathrop Construction
Follow this company to relocate Union Pacific Railroad freight tracks in Fremont. Warm Springs station to the Berryessa district of North San Jose, scheduled for completion by 2016 or 2017. It's part of the eventual full 16-mile, $6 billion extension
Thursday, naming the station at the end of the under-construction Warm Springs extension through Fremont the "Warm Springs/South Fremont" Station, as suggested by community leaders...Orinda, Berkeley, 12th Street, Civic Center, 24th Street Mission...
No through traffic will be allowed while the project is under way; local access will be provided for businesses and residents along Kato. Traffic will have to use Dixon Landing Road in Milpitas as a detour. Signal timing modifications and additional
In two Capitol hearings, Richard urged lawmakers to approve $2.6 billion in state bond funds along with $3.3 billion in federal money to start construction in the Central Valley this year. He said initial work on the project, which includes a 130-
Fremont to East San Jose is the biggest public works project ever in Silicon Valley. The 16-mile extension will be fully completed in late 2016, with stations at Warm Springs, Milpitas and south of Berryessa Road. Sen. Dianne Feinstein, Federal
Hayward Maintenance Complex on a truck bed, according to the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority. Silicon Valley Berryessa Extension Project, the 10-mile first phase of a 16-mile extension from Fremont to Milpitas, San Jose and Santa Clara.