Monthly Archives: December 2017

A multi-billion-dollar ‘mega measure’ to fix Bay Area traffic for good heading your way

Imagine a Bay Area with highways that flow instead of grind to a halt. With trains that ring the bay, some running 24 hours a day. With ferries that stop at more than a handful of terminals and autonomous buses … Continue reading

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Bay Area’s soaring housing costs: Wealthier arrivals pushing out …

Reporting about the rising real estate and housing costs in San Francisco and the Bay Area isn’t exactly breaking news. But a new study published this week demonstrates just how much pressure high-income new arrivals have placed on the region’s … Continue reading

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As GOP nears final tax deal, here’s the Bay Area impact

Despite a few eleventh-hour wrinkles, Republicans in the House and Senate hope to vote as early as Monday on their ambitious tax plan that will cut individual and corporate rates — while impacting Americans in different parts of the country … Continue reading

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A shocking number of Americans have roommates – but that number is even higher in SF

Caption Close Flying the coop was once a young adult rite of passage, but according to a new report, many Americans are returning home to roost or seeking out roommates. Flying the coop was once a young adult rite of … Continue reading

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What Are Those Weird, Pink Ponds in San Francisco Bay?

Passengers flying into Bay Area airports usually spot them out the window: huge, colorful ponds, hugging the shoreline of the bay. The patchwork of brown, green and pink looks like a bizarre quilt. They’re known as the “salt ponds,” and … Continue reading

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