Transportation

Fresno airport adds third screening lane

A third security screening lane has been added at the Fresno Yosemite International Airport making the pre-boarding process faster for passengers.

Fresno deemed friendly for ridesharing services

A recent report gave Fresno an "A" grade for accommodating ridesharing services while its regulations for taxi companies were also friendly.

Fresno meeting to precede high-speed rail work

With construction beginning soon on the high-speed rail project's first segment through the Central Valley, planners have scheduled an open house in Fresno Nov. 13 to tell the public all about it.

Sanger approves Academy Avenue improvements

Academy Avenue in SangerThe Sanger City Council voted this week to approve a project to widen and improve Academy Avenue between 11th Street and North Avenue.

Study: Owning car cheaper than paid rides in Fresno

For Fresno residents, owning a car is still cheaper than using ride-sharing services like Uber or Lyft.  This was the finding of a recent study by personal finance site NerdWallet.

High court clears bullet train but problems remain 


Problems remain for the state's high-speed rail project as construction continues.(AP) — California will forge ahead with plans to build the nation's first bullet train by buying land in the Central Valley and demolishing buildings in the path of the $68 billion rail line after the state Supreme Court decided not to hear an appeal from opponents of the project.

State high court declines appeal of Kings Co. rail case

The California Supreme Court will not consider an appeal of a Kings County high-speed rail case.(AP) — The California Supreme Court decided Wednesday not to consider an appeal of a case brought by opponents of the state's $68 billion bullet train project, clearing the way for construction to proceed.

Alaska Airlines adds Fresno-to-Seattle flight

Alaska Airlines announced it has added a third daily flight to Seattle from Fresno Yosemite International Airport.

Visalia dumps Great Lakes Airlines for Seaport

Portland-based SeaPort Airlines plans to fly the 9-passener Cessna Caravan out of Visalia.The Visalia City Council last week decided to wave goodbye to Great Lakes Airlines and welcome SeaPort Airlines to serve Visalia through the federally subsidized Essential Air Service (EAS).

Workshop to discuss high-speed rail jobs

The California High-Speed Rail Authority will host a job workshop in Fresno Sept. 26 to promote construction positions needed to build the rail project in the Central Valley.