Culminating more than a decade of construction, the new East Span of the San Francisco Bay Bridge opened with fanfare on Labor Day 2013.
A four-year, $420 million project will reduce congestion
on Route 24 by building a fourth tunnel bore at the Caldecott
The Devil's Slide project calls for construction
of two tunnels beneath San Pedro Mountain.
Work continues on demolishing the old East Span, completing connections for traffic lanes and the bike/ped path at Yerba Buena Island, and other finishing touches.
Service to San Jose is on track to open in 2017.
Scheduled to begin service by 2015
The Central Subway will extend light rail service in
San Francisco to the South of Market, Union Square and
MTC has allocated $80 million to replace the Doyle Drive
approach to the Golden Gate Bridge.
Express lanes offer toll-free travel for carpools, vanpools, motorcycles, buses, and eligible hybrid vehicles, while also giving solo drivers the option to pay to use the lane to avoid congestion.
SMART is on track to connect Sonoma and Marin counties using clean diesel trains.
Building the “Grand Central of the West”
Gateway Park Project Enters Environmental Review Phase
Caldecott Tunnel's New Fourth Bore Set to Open Saturday Morning
Photos: Caldecott Tunnel Fourth Bore Grand Opening
Gateway Park Plans Take Off
[10-31-13] The new East Span of the Bay Bridge may soon have a new threshold.
East Span Bike Path an Instant Hit
Photos: Bay Bridge Closure Work
[3-25-13] Caltrans Completes Devil’s Slide Tunnel Construction
[3-19-13] Work continues on the elevated people-mover
system connecting BART to the Oakland Airport.
Photos: Oakland Airport Connector