Work on the high-speed rail project in 2019 on a 115-mile stretch in the Central Valley. Photo by Leslie David.

Business / Economy

State still plans to run high-speed rail through San Benito County

Construction in Pacheco Pass would start in three to five years.

Pinnacles National Park. File photo by John Chadwell.

Sports & Recreation

No shuttle service at Pinnacles National Park on March 30

Large crowds and limited parking expected.

Local transportation agency issues update on future plans

COG works on implementation after voters approved Measure G last November.

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Children and Youth

Mobile fare payment now available for San Benito County Express Bus

The Token Transit App is making ticket purchases more user-friendly and convenient for riders.

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Government / Politics

Highway 156 widening slated to begin in 2019

COG Board discusses $48.5 million project

San Benito County Express Bus

Let’s talk transit technology

Workshop to highlight tech planned for local public transit

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Help Create Safe Streets for Everyone – Nash/Tres Pinos/Sunnyslope Road & McCray Street

Help Make Nash/Tres Pinos/Sunnyslope Road and McCray Street Safer for Everyone at a Community Workshop at Rancho San Justo School Gym on Tuesday, March 25, 2014 from 6-8pm. Spanish translation will be provided. A profession design team will share draf

Complete Streets Plan for Nash/Tres Pinos/Sunnyslope Road and McCray Street Community Workshop

Help Make Nash/Tres Pinos/Sunnyslope Road and McCray Street Safer for Everyone at a Community Workshop at Rancho San Justo School Gym on Tuesday, March 25 from 6-8pm. Spanish translation will be provided.