Prompted in part by a Southern California commuter train crash that killed 25 people, the federal government is requiring railroads to install a new GPS-based safety system on trains and tracks to make them safer. Here’s a look at how the system,
Take a look back at the development, construction and opening of Interstate 5, the freeway that transformed downtown Sacramento. Photos are from the Center for Sacramento History - taken by Bee photographers - and the Caltrans archives.
The Del Rio Trail is planned bike and pedestrian path on an old train route through Land Park and south Sacramento. It won't be built until after 2018, but we had our intern ride it anyway in the summer of 2017. (Photograph: Randy Pench, Bee file
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.
American Traffic Solutions (ATS), a red light camera provider, produced this compilation of the worst red-light running crash videos of 2016. Pending legislation in California would lower the fine for violating the right-on-red law.
Plopped in the middle of the intersection where Main Street crosses the highway in Plymouth, a new roundabout forces drivers to slow to 15 miles per hour but doesn’t require them to stop. Instead, traffic from four directions merges and flows idea