The right lane on northbound Highway 99 between Whitmore Avenue and Hatch Road in Ceres will be closed for maintenance later this week, according to the California Department of Transportation.
Last month, the Central Valley Business Journal wrote about the state of cycling in the region. The article noted that despite the valley’s favorable terrain and Mediterranean climate, less than one percent of commuting trips are made via bicycle. This is not surprising, as Central Valley cities have been planned around the car with little regard for walking or biking.
California High-Speed Rail Authority Board approved a contract to start construction on the first segment to be built in the Central Valley.
The California Transportation Foundation (CTF) recognized San Joaquin Regional Transit District (RTD) with a Small Transit Project of the Year award May 23 for its Metro Express Hammer Lane project.
San Joaquin Regional Transit District (RTD) unveiled its first two zero emission electric buses Monday.
The Central Valley’s geography is ideal for bicyclists, yet relatively few residents take advantage of the benefits biking can offer.
The staff for the San Joaquin Regional Rail Commission (SJRRC) will hold a public meeting to seek input on meeting federal Title VI requirements.
The California High-Speed Rail Authority will procure or produce enough renewable energy to offset the amount of energy it takes from the state’s power grid to operate trains and facilities, the agency announced April 23. It has released a Call to Industry: Sourcing Renewable Power Supplies to solicit guidance and insight about purchasing renewable power sources.