Topic : Transbay

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SFMTA could withhold $9.7M for troubled Transbay Transit Center

Government Issues| October 23, 2018

Building was shuttered in September, after workers found fissures in two steel beams that support the bus deck and rooftop park.

Inspections find second crack in San Francisco's Salesforce Transit Center

Security and Safety | September 27, 2018

The TJPA will conduct additional ultrasonic testing at this location to determine the extent of the damage.

Security and Safety | September 26, 2018

Transbay Transit Center shutdown after cracked beam discovered

The shutdown occurred as tens of thousands of additional people make their way into the city for the annual Dreamforce tech conference put on by Salesforce.

Management & Operations| August 14, 2018

S.F.'s new Salesforce Transit Center open for business

In the future, the Transit Center will link to eleven transit systems, and high-speed rail.

Management & Operations| June 26, 2015

Calif. Bay Area residents say they'd pay for public transportation

In a recent poll, 59% said they would support a second Transbay Tube to help ease BART’s overcrowding, even though the price would be high. The poll did not offer cost estimates or ask if those surveyed would be willing to tax themselves for the improvement.

Rail| August 27, 2013

BART awarded transit security funds for Transbay Tube

The money also helps fund BART’s patrol teams made up of eight highly trained personnel who specialize in anti-terrorism prevention and detection.
Bus| March 26, 2013

S.F. may change transit center design for safety, cost

Project assessment found that glass used on the structure’s exterior would need to be significantly strengthened to meet safety guidelines. The additional cost would be $7.5 million. Officials may study the use of a perforated metal material, which could save about $17.5 million.
Bus| March 19, 2013

AC Transit considers reducing fares, expanding service

May focus its service in key ‘trunk’ corridors with the greatest potential for increasing ridership and reducing congestion.
Bus| December 6, 2010

Old San Francisco bus terminal meets wrecking ball

The wrecking ball is planned to remain in use for the next few months as the remainder of the old Terminal structure is removed. A temporary terminal located a few blocks away on Beale and Howard Streets will continue to serve bus operations until the new Transbay Transit Center opens its doors in 2017.
Rail| August 12, 2010

San Francisco breaks ground on $4.2B Transbay Transit Center

Will serve as the northern terminus for the California High-Speed Rail system and a multi-modal facility that will accommodate 11 transit operators and serve more than 45 million passengers a year. Project is estimated to create more than 48,000 jobs in its first phase of construction, which will last seven years.
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