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Category: Multi-Modal Transportation :: Rideshare
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Roadshow: On a tandem bicycle, who gets the ticket? 3.7.2009 San Jose Mercury News: Local News
On the back of a bicycle built for two? If cops write a ticket, it won't go to you.
Roadshow: Tragic consequences of brake-screeching 28.6.2009 San Jose Mercury News: Local News
This dangerous road-rage behavior can have fatal results.
Roadshow: The mess at I-580 and I-680 21.6.2009 San Jose Mercury News: Local News
A new interchange is needed at interstates 580 and 680, but it's many years away.
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Roadshow: Don't bet against Mr. Roadshow 16.6.2009 San Jose Mercury News: Local News
Reader makes bet that Roadshow can't get weeds trimmed soon on Alma Avenue. He loses and pays off.
Congestion pricing -- the only thing that works 15.6.2009 LA Times: Opinion
Spending billions on rail and anti-'sprawl' measures have failed to alleviate Southern California's traffic nightmare. There are three things to think about in light of Tim Rutten's concerns over congestion pricing on local highways, which he outlined in his June 10 Op-Ed column, " Congestion pricing — a slippery slope to toll ...
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Congestion pricing on freeways benefits all 13.6.2009 LA Times: Opinion
Even low-income drivers will have a choice, and income from the experiment will also pay for public-transit improvements. As Los Angeles gears up to conduct its first experiment with congestion pricing, the notion is fueling angst among proponents of economic justice -- who fret that charging a toll for faster freeway access would consign the poor to gridlock while CEOs fly past in their BMWs. In reality, congestion pricing is the fairest method of funding highway improvements yet ...
L.A. County considers congestion pricing for 110 and 10 freeways 9.6.2009 LA Times: Top News
Under the proposal, tolls of 25 cents to $1.40 per mile would be charged for solo motorists in HOV lanes. Fees would rise and fall in relation to the volume of traffic. Los Angeles County transportation officials are considering prices of 25 cents to $1.40 per mile for solo motorists who use the high-occupancy toll lanes that have been proposed for the 110 and 10 ...
Roadshow: New interchange isn't a blessing to all 8.6.2009 San Jose Mercury News: Local News
Motorists on 101 want metering lights from Highway 85 turned on.
Roadshow: Do any drivers use their turn signals? 7.6.2009 San Jose Mercury News: Local News
Motorists lament the loss of this roadway courtesy.
Roadshow: Rough ride over Dumbarton Bridge 2.6.2009 San Jose Mercury News: Local News
Caltrans begins project to replace expansion joint.
Cyclist rams back of ambulance on I-5 in Seattle 2.6.2009 AP Washington
SEATTLE (AP) -- The State Patrol says a motorcycle rider apparently wasn't paying attention when he rammed the back of an ambulance on Interstate 5 in Seattle....
Cyclist rams back of ambulance on I-5 in Seattle 2.6.2009 Seattle Times: Local
The State Patrol says a motorcycle rider apparently wasn't paying attention when he rammed the back of an ambulance on Interstate 5 in Seattle.
Two crashes snarl Interstate 5 traffic 1.6.2009 Seattle Times: Local
A multiple car crash this morning during rush-hour traffic on southbound Interstate 5 at Northgate apparently led to a second, more serious crash in the northbound lanes when a motorcyclist struck an ambulance.
Body found in carpool lane on I-5 29.5.2009 Seattle Times: Local
A woman whose body was found in the carpool lane of Interstate 5 in South Seattle Thursday morning likely was a transient, but State Troopers aren't sure how she wound up dead on the freeway.
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Roadshow: Good cause but dumb stunt 29.5.2009 San Jose Mercury News: Local News
Stanford students foolishly slow traffic on I-280.
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'Good' news: Crummy economy means less traffic 28.5.2009 SFGate: Business & Technology
Commuters are still pounding their fists against their steering wheels and cursing the congestion on Bay Area freeways, but they're spending less time doing it, according to a traffic study released Wednesday. The number of hours spent slogging to and from... ...
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'Good' news: Crummy economy means less traffic 28.5.2009 SFGate: Top Stories
Commuters are still pounding their fists against their steering wheels and cursing the congestion on Bay Area freeways, but they're spending less time doing it, according to a traffic study released Wednesday. The number of hours spent slogging to and from... ...
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Roadshow: The reason behind the metal guardrail on 101 27.5.2009 San Jose Mercury News: Local News
Concrete barriers can't be installed in a flood plain.
Roadshow: All abuzz about Benicia Bridge 25.5.2009 San Jose Mercury News: Local News
New high-speed FasTrak lanes have some drivers confused.
Community Solutions – Peak Oil Update 5/09 19.5.2009 Organic Consumers Association News Headlines
Community Solutions – Peak Oil Update 5/09
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