Since launching its climate action plan, San Jose has created its own clean energy system and won a $2.5 million Bloomberg grant.
Two of San Jose’s elected officials want the city to reduce its vehicle impound fees as soon as possible.
San Jose will consider a resolution Tuesday denouncing the Trump administration’s separation of families at the U.S. border.
This question is not about how San Jose should regulate e-scooters, but what’s taking so long for the city to do so.
City-hired tow companies are lobbying for a new contract, claiming that skyrocketing labor and RV towing costs have cut into their bottom line.
As part of a just-launched initiative, the city is asking the private sector for ideas about how to leverage autonomous vehicles.
Driverless cars have the ability to ease traffic, save lives and reduce pollution—but, of course, they come with a catch.
Silicon Valley as a whole must adopt new transportation technologies to help people better navigate our rapidly changing urban landscape.
Marketing is for terrible people, and art is for people who don’t realize they’re terrible. Leave it to an $85,000 city-sponsored “art project” highlighting San Jose’s sewer system to synergize the two.
Police have reportedly arrested the man accused of killing Jeffrey Pettigrew, a city employee who was also president of the San Jose chapter of the Hells Angels motorcycle gang. Pettigrew, who worked for the city of San Jose within the Dept. of Transportation, was shot in the back four times last week at John Ascuaga’s Nugget casino in Sparks, Nevada.