The pandemic has upended normal operations for the four airports, but stakeholders see reasons for optimism.
The new mobility future, driven by the emergence of a number of cultural, regulatory and technological evolutions, will be vital in the post-COVID-19 world.
Stitching together rural and suburban areas from near the Delta to the foothills, Grant Line Road and White Rock Road connect the area’s past and future.
Several public and private sector partnerships are helping to position the Capital Region as a leader in the new mobility revolution.
Part of this month’s Innovation issue
The neighboring cities of Sacramento and West Sacramento have the opportunity to create an iconic and innovative bridge crossing the Sacramento River.
The rule stripping California of its power to police climate-warming car pollution is supposed to take effect this week. Still unknown is whether this affects 2021 vehicles or earlier editions — and what it means for California’s commuters.
The four designs for the I Street Bridge replacement over the Sacramento River have been narrowed to two — each with two versions. The final selection is expected to be announced early next year, with the opening scheduled for 2024.
The Trump administration has revoked California’s unique authority to combat tailpipe pollution on its own terms, setting the stage for protracted litigation, jeopardizing public health and hindering the state’s ability to battle climate change.
Doctors, real estate agents and hairdressers can keep their independent contractor status — but not truckers, commercial janitors, nail salon workers, physical therapists and “gig economy” workers.
Over Labor Day, Gov. Gavin Newsom declared his support for reclassifying an estimated 2 million California workers as employees instead of independent contractors. But while Democratic presidential candidates have seized upon labor standards of gig workers as a campaign issue, many questions remain about AB 5’s implications.