With the release of new statistics that show a total of 125 reportable incidents involving light-rail trains the past three years, transit officials are cautioning drivers, bicyclists and pedestrians to watch out -- or else, these crashes happen.
Sacramento Regional Transit
Watch both ways when near RT tracks
'Shook my heart for the day': Transit driver praised for quick actions
Venus Williams crash surveillance footage
Historic Bridgeport Covered Bridge to be repaired over Yuba River
Video of toddler fist-bumping passengers on Southwest flight goes viral
TSA offers a rare behind-the-scenes walk-through of their security checkpoint scans
Pioneer Bridge repair squeezes traffic over the next six weekends
Urbanization is coming to Jackson Highway
Traffic snarled near Sacramento International Airport after big rig flips
The 'Indecency of Present Overcrowding'
See what Sacramento travelers tried to bring aboard airplanes
Caltrans warns of possible icy roads as wintry conditions maintain Sierra grip
Milwaukee County Transit System officials are praising one of their drivers, Luther Williamson, for his quick actions when three kids darted into the street while on his route.“Shook my heart for the day,” Luther says in the surveillance video from the bus after offering the kids a lesson. Take a look.
The resurfacing of the Pioneer Bridge linking Sacramento to West Sacramento began today. The project will affect traffic in both directions between Jefferson Blvd and Sacramento’s 5th Street for the next six weekends.
Think we’re the only generation of commuters who have it bad? In 1930, the New York City health commissioner criticized the “indecency of present overcrowding” of the subway and warned of contagious diseases.
As the summer traveling season hits full stride, the Transportation Security Administration is reminding passengers what they can and can't bring aboard planes at Sacramento International or any airport. That jigsaw? No. That gun. Absolutely not. At TSA c
The Hazel corridor is a mess, and will be until next spring. The biggest and longest running road construction project in Sacramento County – a $20 million reinvention of Hazel – is back in full uproar mode this summer.