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Also in the running are fellow planning commissioner Ed Lauing, attorney Rebecca Eisenberg and incumbent Councilwoman Lydia Kou.
Eight candidates across three San Jose City Council debated Friday morning at a Silicon Valley Leadership Group forum.
All but one candidate in the State Senate District 15 race appeared at a SVLG forum Friday to voice their views on key issues affecting voters.
Despite being a no-show Monday, Otto Lee won the Silicon Valley Democratic Club endorsement in the D3 supervisor race.
Two years after county voters OK’d the sales tax for transportation upgrades, the public will finally start to reap its rewards.
Some see the e-scooters as gentrifying techie-mobiles, but the on-demand devices could drastically improve transit in the South Bay.
A lawsuit is holding a $6 billion transportation tax hostage, preventing the VTA from getting started on critical infrastructure projects.
As part of a just-launched initiative, the city is asking the private sector for ideas about how to leverage autonomous vehicles.
City planners admit there are serious obstacles to turning San Jose into a vibrant, interconnected system of urban villages.
Preliminary results from Santa Clara County polls show important victories for housing, transportation and workers rights.
Silicon Valley as a whole must adopt new transportation technologies to help people better navigate our rapidly changing urban landscape.
San Jose has released its wish list of projects for a 30-year half-cent sales tax measure slated for the fall ballot.
A bevy of suitors are expected to push for control of the organizing committee to raise Santa Clara County's sales tax for transportation improvements.
Political horse whisperer Carl Guardino is pushing to get a transportation sales tax on the November ballot. But his support of Sam Liccardo in the San Jose mayor's race could hamper those efforts.
The Great Recession quashed plans to build a massive apartment and retail center in Japantown, as developers shied away from investing given the global credit crunch. But now the deal’s back and up for discussion at Tuesday’s City Council meeting. Other items on the council agenda include tax proposals to help fund San Jose road repairs, and incentives for Samsung, downtown high-rises and affordable housing.