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The Mercury News
Sunnyvale: VTA, city and Caltrans planning to tame the 'Mathilda Monster'It was clear just from the faces in the room Aug. 27 that many residents have g
Sunnyvale: VTA, city and Caltrans planning to tame the 'Mathilda Monster'
The Mercury News / Posted 3 hours ago
It was clear just from the faces in the room Aug. 27 that many residents have grown tired of the daily traffic nightmare at the Highway 101/State Route 237 interchange. The Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority, Caltrans representatives and... Read more
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KTVU 2 San Francisco
South Bay mayors band together to improve Silicon Valley trafficRelated Stories The mayors from nine South Bay cities are teaming up to addres
South Bay mayors band together to improve Silicon Valley traffic
KTVU 2 San Francisco / Posted 6 days ago
Related Stories The mayors from nine South Bay cities are teaming up to address a problem that affects all of their constituents: traffic in Silicon Valley. Leaders from Mountain View, Sunnyvale, Saratoga, Cupertino, Palo Alto, Campbell, Los Altos,... Read more
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The Mercury News
Council wants bigger cut of next transportation taxPALO ALTO -- City Council members firmly agreed last week that any new transpor
Council wants bigger cut of next transportation tax
The Mercury News / Posted 12 days ago
PALO ALTO -- City Council members firmly agreed last week that any new transportation tax measure placed on a 2016 ballot should give this city a bigger slice of the revenue pie than it's received from two previous measures. But their pointed words... Read more
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The Mercury News
Obama labor secretary needs to release Bay Area transportation moneyEnough is enough. The Obama administration needs to end its outrageous undermin
Obama labor secretary needs to release Bay Area transportation money
The Mercury News / Posted 13 days ago
Enough is enough. The Obama administration needs to end its outrageous undermining of Gov. Jerry Brown's modest California pension law changes. For 21/2 years now, the U.S. Department of Labor has threatened to cut off federal funding for transit... Read more
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Contra Costa Times Newspapers
Transit agency federal grants still uncertainCalifornia transit agencies say the U.S. Department of Labor is blocking as muc
Transit agency federal grants still uncertain
Contra Costa Times Newspapers / Posted 14 days ago
California transit agencies say the U.S. Department of Labor is blocking as much as $1 billion in vital grants unless the agencies agree to violate a state public employee pension reform law. The agencies thought they had won a federal court victory... Read more
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The Daily Review
Transit agency federal grants still uncertainCalifornia transit agencies say the U.S. Department of Labor is blocking as muc
Transit agency federal grants still uncertain
The Daily Review / Posted 14 days ago
California transit agencies say the U.S. Department of Labor is blocking as much as $1 billion in vital grants unless the agencies agree to violate a state public employee pension reform law. The agencies thought they had won a federal court victory... Read more
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Contra Costa Times Newspapers
AC Transit hires Silicon Valley transit leader as new general managerOAKLAND -- AC Transit has tapped a veteran Silicon Valley transit executive to
AC Transit hires Silicon Valley transit leader as new general manager
Contra Costa Times Newspapers / Posted 15 days ago
OAKLAND -- AC Transit has tapped a veteran Silicon Valley transit executive to be its new general manager. Michael Hursh, a nine-year veteran of the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority who has been its chief operating officer since 2012, was... Read more
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Oakland Tribune
AC Transit hires Silicon Valley transit leader as new general managerOAKLAND -- AC Transit has tapped a veteran Silicon Valley transit executive to
AC Transit hires Silicon Valley transit leader as new general manager
Oakland Tribune / Posted 15 days ago
OAKLAND -- AC Transit has tapped a veteran Silicon Valley transit executive to be its new general manager. Michael Hursh, a nine-year veteran of the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority who has been its chief operating officer since 2012, was... Read more
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Mountain View Voice
County EMS leaders launch public safety campaignSanta Clara County leaders kicked off a campaign Tuesday aimed at increasing pu
County EMS leaders launch public safety campaign
Mountain View Voice / Posted 15 days ago
Santa Clara County leaders kicked off a campaign Tuesday aimed at increasing public awareness of making a clear path for emergency crews responding to urgent situations. The "Pull to the Right for Sirens and Lights" campaign is an effort to help law... Read more
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NBC Bay Area
Santa Clara County Kicks Off Public Safety CampaignSanta Clara County leaders kicked off a campaign Tuesday aimed at increasing pu
Santa Clara County Kicks Off Public Safety Campaign
NBC Bay Area / Posted 16 days ago
Santa Clara County leaders kicked off a campaign Tuesday aimed at increasing public awareness of making a clear path for emergency crews responding to urgent situations. The "Pull to the Right for Sirens and Lights" campaign is an effort to help law... Read more
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The Mercury News
Council wants bigger cut of next transportation taxPALO ALTO -- City Council members firmly agreed Monday night that any new trans
Council wants bigger cut of next transportation tax
The Mercury News / Posted 16 days ago
PALO ALTO -- City Council members firmly agreed Monday night that any new transportation tax measure placed on a 2016 ballot should give Palo Alto a bigger slice of the revenue pie than what it has received from two previous measures. But their... Read more
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Palo Alto Weekly
Survey sheds light on downtown Palo Alto driversThey drive alone and show up in droves -- that much is clear. But who are thes
Survey sheds light on downtown Palo Alto drivers
Palo Alto Weekly / Posted 16 days ago
They drive alone and show up in droves -- that much is clear. But who are these non-carpooling commuters? Where do they come from? And, most importantly, what can the city do to get them to switch from cars to other forms of transportation? These... Read more
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Mountain View Voice
Cities challenge VTA on transportation fundingWith the regional push for a transportation tax measure cruising toward Novembe
Cities challenge VTA on transportation funding
Mountain View Voice / Posted 17 days ago
With the regional push for a transportation tax measure cruising toward November 2016, Palo Alto, Mountain View and other cities in northern part of Santa Clara County are joining forces to make sure their needs don't get overshadowed by San... Read more
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Palo Alto Weekly
Cities challenge VTA on transportation fundingWith the regional push for a transportation measure cruising toward November 20
Cities challenge VTA on transportation funding
Palo Alto Weekly / Posted 17 days ago
With the regional push for a transportation measure cruising toward November 2016, Palo Alto, Mountain View and other cities in northern part of Santa Clara County are joining forces to make sure their needs don't get overshadowed by San Jose. The... Read more
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The Mercury News
Palo Alto may ask for a bigger cut if another transportation tax measure is proposedAs Santa Clara County leaders gauge public interest in another tax measure to i
Palo Alto may ask for a bigger cut if another transportation tax measure is proposed
The Mercury News / Posted 21 days ago
As Santa Clara County leaders gauge public interest in another tax measure to improve regional commuter services, Palo Alto and other North County cities want to make sure they get what they pay for this time around. The City Council on Monday will... Read more
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NBC Bay Area
BART App Promotes Racial Profiling, Critics SayThe idea was to have BART passengers tip off authorities when they spotted susp
BART App Promotes Racial Profiling, Critics Say
NBC Bay Area / Posted 29 days ago
The idea was to have BART passengers tip off authorities when they spotted suspicious activity on their commutes through an app launched last August. But an investigation by the East Bay Express reveals that BART riders seem to be profiling... Read more

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