A $7.2 million “catchment wall” will be built at a landslide area in San Clemente, Calif., to hold back the slipping hillside and get passenger train service running to San Diego again.
The California Department of Transportation announced on Feb. 14 a $127 million agreement with Stadler Rail AG to expand its fleet of zero-emission, hydrogen-powered passenger trains.
The California Department of Insurance is taking steps to ensure that commercial insurance coverage is available for zero-emission heavy trucks and fleets.February 9, 2024
Freight trains to and from the Port of San Diego were suspended again the night of Feb. 6 by a slow-moving landslide that threatens the tracks at San Clemente, Calif.
Freight trains, unlike passenger trains, have resumed running across the tracks beneath a San Clemente, Calif., landslide that continues to threaten San Diego County’s only rail link with the rest of the United States.
California drivers will experience worse highway and road conditions due to lost diesel and gasoline tax revenue in state coffers, according to legislative analysts.January 12, 2024
In a slap to California, Ohio has a law taking effect in March banning agencies from adopting that state's emissions regulations and protecting the sale and use of diesel and gas vehicles.January 11, 2024
California Gov. Gavin Newsom has proposed significant cuts to clean energy and transportation programs designed to help the state confront the worsening effects of climate change.
General Motors Co. said in a lawsuit that San Francisco unfairly taxed it $108 million over seven years, despite the automaker having very low sales and almost no personnel in the city.
A judge has denied a challenge to the South Coast Air Quality Management District's landmark rule intended to clear Southern California skies of exhaust tied to the logistics industry.