After receiving a $150,000 grant from the Knight Cities Challenge, San Jose has hired a new city designer in Timothy Rood.
De Anza College students claimed victory Thursday night by curbing a proposal to hike the cost of commuting by 440 percent.
Nora Campos’ unorthodox political career may lead her to challenge Councilwoman Magdalena Carrasco, who is clearly not a fan.
City planners admit there are serious obstacles to turning San Jose into a vibrant, interconnected system of urban villages.
The best way to bridge the gap between the promise of tomorrow’s innovation and today’s commuter crunch is to vote “yes” on Measure B.
A year in review is rarely pretty, and 2015 was no exception. Here’s a brief list of the some of the biggest stories that made it a year to remember, and soon leave behind.
Five weeks after contractors hit a gas line, it’s unclear when work will resume on a bus route connecting East Side to downtown.
Local leaders in transportation, education, housing and equity convened last week in Mountain View’s Computer History Museum for the 2015 Silicon Valley Regional Economic Forum.
Code for San Jose—a collective of civic-minded programmers—has set out to take mountains of inchoate public data and form meaningful projects.
San Jose officials want to travel to Copenhagen, which has branded itself the “City of Cyclists,” to study how the area has adapted to cyclists and pedestrians. That and more will be discussed at Tuesday’s City Council meeting.