Topic : Bay Area

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MCI names service center manager for Bay Area

Bus| March 4, 2019

Brian Jablonski will be responsible for keeping the year-old Hayward center at full capacity.

Calif.'s VTA endorses Transit as its offical app

Mobility| August 31, 2018

Offers real-time tracking and trip planning for VTA light rail and bus, and info on first- and last-mile connections to transit.

Mobility| March 19, 2018

Lyft faces accessibility discrimination lawsuit in San Francisco

The case alleges Lyft directly violates the law by not providing an equal and accessible transportation option to all.

Motorcoach| October 5, 2017

ABC to open new Calif. parts, service center

The Newark location is on the east side of the San Francisco Bay and offers easy access to customers via Route 84, and Interstate 880.

Management & Operations| July 31, 2017

Cubic Clipper Card ops, maintenance contract extended

The extended contract period is from Nov. 2019 to Nov. 2024, and is valued at approximately $25 million per year.

Motorcoach| September 15, 2016

Bay Area 'tech' shuttle services growing, study says

During a three-year period (210-2014), the number of shuttle vehicles on Bay Area roadways jumped by more than 60 percent and ridership increased by 45 percent.

Mobility| February 6, 2015

Bay Area public transportation usage decreasing

With more people riding Bay Area Rapid Transit and Caltrain rail lines and fewer using Bay Area buses, the Metropolitan Transportation Commission is unable to explain why the trend is occurring, however, service cuts and sprawling growth in suburban areas were cited as possible factors.

Mobility| December 15, 2014

Did Uber price gouge during Bay Area 'stormageddon'?

Customers took to Twitter on Thursday morning amid the biggest storm to hit the region in five years to complain that Uber was charging 3.8 times its normal fare rates.

Bus| August 26, 2009

ATU approves tentative BART contract agreement

The tentative agreement must be ratified by the BART Board of Directors at its next regularly scheduled September meeting before taking effect.
Rail| May 15, 2009

BART moves forward with airport project

The entire project would create and/or support approximately 13,000 direct and indirect jobs and generate $1.2 billion in economic activity according to the American Public Transportation Association’s formula.
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