Lane closures on Highway 50 through El Dorado Hills will resume Monday as work continues on the Silva Valley Parkway interchange.
The California Department of Transportation announced that it has suspended service of the Delta region’s Real McCoy II Ferry on Highway 84 to perform emergency repairs.
An air bag exploded in a Honda Accord in 2004 in Alabama, shooting out metal fragments and injuring the cars driver. At a loss to explain the incident, Honda and its Japanese air bag supplier deemed it an anomaly and did not issue a recall or seek the involvement of federal safety regulators.
Richmond, Va.-based used car-selling giant CarMax says it is looking to hire about 100 at its two stores in the Sacramento area.
For a second straight month, Northern California saw a double-digit drop in gas prices, according to the latest monthly AAA statewide gas price survey released Tuesday.
Californians buy approximately 40 percent of all the plug-in electric vehicles sold in the United States, according to the California Plug-In Electric Vehicle Collaborative
Sacramento-area gas prices edged downward for a ninth consecutive week, and analysts predicted further, slow declines as autumn approaches.
Motorists in the Sacramento area and throughout California have been getting relief at gas pumps for weeks as prices have slowly retreated from more than $4 a gallon seen in midsummer. On Tuesday, AAA Northern California will release its monthly gas price survey, breaking down average gasoline prices at jurisdictions throughout the state.
Roseville city officials are holding a community open house from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday to give residents an opportunity to review and comment on new bridge designs.
Last in a three-part series of conversations with local experts on the Sacramento regions road to recovery. As California continues climbing out of the recession, we look at three sectors vital to the Sacramento region: development, real estate and autos. Todays interviews are with three longtime Sacramento-area auto dealership executives.
An overturned big-rig truck has closed the northbound on-ramp of Interstate 5 at Richards Boulevard, the California Highway patrol reports.
Sacramento-area gas prices edged downward for an eighth consecutive week; energy analysts are hopeful of further declines now that summer car travel season has ended.
Evening closures of the eastbound on- and off-ramps at the Highway 50-Watt Avenue interchange are scheduled Monday through Thursday.
This weekends Labor Day holiday is expected to bring out more travelers, according to AAA. It predicts nearly 4 million Californians will travel more than 50 miles or more from their homes, up 1.6 percent from last year.
Sacramento-area gas prices, which stubbornly refused to dip below $4 a gallon in the weeks leading up to Independence Day, continue to fall toward the $3.75 mark with the approach of Labor Day.
The Sacramento Transportation Authority is looking for applicants with finance or transportation planning backgrounds to fill two vacancies on the Measure A Independent Taxpayer Oversight Committee.