Mountain View is asking residents to propose improvements at major intersections after at least a half-dozen fatalities since 2011 prompted widespread community calls for change.
California state grants aimed at multiplying electric vehicle chargers have proved helpful for many EV drivers in the Bay Area over the past couple years. But not everyone is reaping the benefits at home.
With at least 11,500 plug-in electric vehicles in the Bay Area, EV owners are bristling at being unplugged or having to unplug other idle, fully charged cars. It begs the question: what should EV charging etiquette be?
In a region where roads are regularly crammed with cars, Mountain View officials say that making their city bike-friendlier is a top priority.
To address Palo Alto’s parking woes, the City Council is considering requiring a permit to park on certain residential streets. But while the permit would be free for households, area employees would have to pay.
With 700 bicycles at stations spread from San Francisco to San Jose, a new program aims to prove that bike sharing can be popular in the suburbs as well as on city streets.
Residents of eastern Half Moon Bay are struggling with safely navigating chores on foot on their side of California’s major coastal artery, without a nearby traffic signal, sidewalks or pedestrian paths.
Speaking at the 2013 State of Valley Conference in San Jose, local officials said regional disconnect is hurting the Bay Area’s ability to collaborate, save administrative funds and respond to problems.
Despite being one of the primary modes of public transportation in Silicon Valley, Caltrain does not offer Wi-Fi service to passengers. This puts the train behind several regional rail agencies.