Articles Tagged With ‘Public Transportation’




Santa Maria to target rowdy homeless at bus stops

The Santa Maria City Council voted unanimously for an ordinance that will allow rangers and officers to cite, fine and even arrest homeless people who sleep, loiter or cause disturbances at bus stops. City officials say they have received complaints... (Continue reading)

SLO double-decker bus crashed into bridge

Part of the top of San Luis Obispo’s double-decker bus was sheared off Monday morning when its driver attempted to drive the 14 foot-high bus under a 12 and a half foot-high railroad bridge on Highland Drive on the Cal... (Continue reading)

Bomb threat shuts down SLO bus service

San Luis Obispo has shut down all city bus services while police investigate bomb threats made by a passenger. [Tribune] At about 8:30, a young man boarded a bus headed to Cal Poly. While on the bus, the man and... (Continue reading)

State sues everyone in high-speed rail case

In an effort to head off future lawsuits challenging California’s planned high-speed rail project, state officials have filed a civil case against “all persons interested.” (San Jose Mercury News) The move is intended to validate $8.6 billion in voter-approved bonds... (Continue reading)

San Francisco bus workers making six figures in overtime

Ten San Francisco transit workers received more than $100,000 in overtime pay alone in the last fiscal year. [SF Gate] Head of the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency signal shop Khoa Trinh clocked nearly 2,000 hours of overtime at a... (Continue reading)

Islamic group practicing Jihad on San Francisco buses

The Council on American-Islamic Relations is advertising Jihad on the sides of San Francisco buses. [Huffington Post] CAIR is attempting to reclaim the meaning of the controversial term in its My Jihad campaign that uses billboards on city buses to... (Continue reading)