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"david canepa" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:18 min | 9 months ago

"david canepa" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Is twelve twenty starting today there is a new requirement at San Jose International Airport king CBS's Susan Kennedy tells us anyone inside the airport will now have to wear face covering in addition to the disinfecting that takes place daily Mineta San Jose International Airport will be requiring all passengers and employees to wear a face covering face covering we mean at matches at local public health authorities have advised that the scarf a bandanna on those indicators our homemade covering or even up I want to put masks you can purchase it at any number of stores got cleaner the airport's deputy director says some of the airlines have already implemented a face covering requirement or will be doing so soon part of our motivation for requiring peace committee the airport was to align our policies with our air carriers to provide a more seamless customer experience children six and under those with trouble breathing or advised by a medical professional not to wear face covering will not be required to do so Susan Kennedy KCBS meanwhile Southwest Airlines has announced it is going to be overhauling its safety measures for passengers to align with social distancing guidelines most notably the airline will board passengers in groups of ten as opposed to having large groups crowd the gate southwest CEO Gary Kelly telling CBS's face the nation he believe leave it is safe to travel again we're we're doing everything possible to encourage people to come back and fly we're cleaning airplanes were requiring mask of our employees and our customers we're using very deep cleanings every night we're using electro static misters which will kill the virus on surfaces for up to thirty days southwest CEO Gary Kelly says the airline industry is currently at its low point samma tail county public health leaders have begun reporting coronavirus cases by zip code to provide a more detailed picture of how the virus is spread throughout the community KCBS is Jeffrey Shao birth ports send a tail county supervisor David Canepa says the reporting by zip code will allow residents to see how many current coronavirus cases there are in their area but he says there's.

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"david canepa" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:52 min | 9 months ago

"david canepa" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Coverage of the news that impacts our world there's no question the situation is bad keep it tuned to the bay area's news station KCBS what is the future for businesses to a world of hurt and it's going to last a fairly long time we are your most reliable source of information keep up the social distancing it's hard but it's working one of that Necurs we want to save lives are your new station all news one of six nine and seven forty KCBS KCBS news time nine forty two as the lockdown continues more people are putting off important dental procedures says KCBS is Keith Menconi reports a bay area lawmaker feels that's could cause some big problems after more than a month of putting them on hold governor Newsom announced this past week that he's going to allow medical providers to resume at some non emergency procedures noticeably absent from the list though the procedures that take place inside a dentist's office we faced sensible approach and the tail county supervisor David Canepa says he's heard from several constituents this past week worried they can't get the dental care they need so he's calling on the state to move faster to open dentist offices back up we do not address this then there would be a tsunami of patience currently a merging sea dental procedures are taking place but Dr Sam Corey who has a dental practice in Daly city says you can't put the non emergency procedures on hold forever so call us you know summer's coming our kids are at school this is the time to get their wisdom teeth and as those can cause issues as well in a statement the California department of public health tells KCBS the state is continually evaluating how best to resume elective procedures Keith Menconi KCBS KCBS news time at at nine forty three will check sports in less than two minutes in.

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"david canepa" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:30 min | 9 months ago

"david canepa" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Be a big problem won't you may be in no rush to get back into the dentist chair that Matteo county supervisor David Canepa says many of his constituents are especially the elderly are calling me in pain and complain that they can't see their dentures as it is right now only emergency procedures are taking place but Dr Sam Corey who works in a dental practice in Daly city says many patients are waiting to carry out other important procedures as well they should still need for missing teeth and plans right now we have so many patients waiting just to get the implants was stored thank you Canada is calling on the state to draw up a plan to get dentist back in business as soon as possible in a statement the California department of public health did not provide a reason as to why dental procedures were not included in the governor's announcement this past week but did say that the state is continually evaluating how best resume elective procedures keep Menconi KCBS we're learning more about the death of a Santa Clara woman male thought to be the first known coronavirus death in the United States San Francisco Chronicle reporting an autopsy report finds that fifty seven year old Patricia Dowd suffered a massive heart attack caused by the virus infection the report also found signs of the covert nineteen faction in our hearts and lungs intestines researchers are still looking into the full impacts of the virus on the human body back with sports in three minutes on KCBS Hey.

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"david canepa" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:34 min | 10 months ago

"david canepa" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Six oh five of the bay area's new station KCBS expect some showers throughout the morning and they should taper off as the day goes on good morning I'm Melissa call Ross and here's what's happening well the total number of confirm brother coronavirus cases in the bay area now it's more than seventeen hundred with forty five deaths attributed to the illness according to Johns Hopkins University California has more than fifty six hundred cases and more than one hundred twenty deaths nationally the number of deaths from the virus has more than doubled in just the last few days it's now over two thousand and globally there are more than thirty one thousand deaths well a cemetery county supervisor is warning that if people do not quit grocery hoarding shopping limits could be imposed we get that story from KCBS reporter Keith Menconi do we look at all these long lines behind us C. Matteo county supervisor David Canepa delivering an urgent plea to shoppers to stop the panic buying just as a long line of shoppers for Safeway forms behind him this is not normal consumers should be aware that there are enough supplies and that's the message from grocers too they say and the food is still being produced the empty shelves are simply the result of a surge in panic shopping which right now is outpacing the distribution networks ability to respond so Canepa says he's considering a county wide measure that would limit shoppers to purchasing at most four of anyone item no one wants to be the grocery police I don't want to do that but we keep people keep buying a large amount.

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"david canepa" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:54 min | 11 months ago

"david canepa" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Time running out samma tail county supervisors discussed how to save the three hundred plus bed hospital last night he P. I. X. fives Maria Medina reports shame on you the motion filled the room from employees says the attorney of Verity which owns the hospital listen to the crowd we know they are the county supervisors held a study session to discuss options for saving the hospital after Verity filed bankruptcy and according to supervisor David Canepa rejected bids from potential buyers the devastation that's going to occur is going to be tremendous the hospital sees at least twenty thousand patients a year in its emergency room alone in Canada says serves many low income residents Morgan have emergency rooms throughout the county are stressed out people who need care specially those or other elderly communities of color this is it's a tragedy supervisors talked about either partnering with the hospital's owner or acquiring the hospital all together to save it Santa Clara county purchased and kept open San Jose's o'connor and Gilroy's St Louis hospitals which had also been owned by struggling Verity the county has a responsibility to make additional contributions and see what we can do if worse comes to worse choir the hospital cannabis said supervisors invited verities seat to the meeting but he was a no show leaving them with many unanswered questions that verities attorney told the crowd he wasn't allowed to answer as well that I can not talk to you or the audience or anyone about attorney client privileged communications I am the ethical.

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"david canepa" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:21 min | 2 years ago

"david canepa" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Khalidi public radio in San Francisco. I'm Michael Krasny. Governor Gavin Newsom is delivering his first state of the state address in about an hour. He's expected to explain his decision to recall hundreds of national guard members from the Mexican border in defiance of president. Trump governor symbol also likely talk about the state budget and his proposals on affordable housing and early childhood education. We'll preview the speech, and we'll get your thoughts on what California's priority should be. What do you want to hear the governor address? That's coming up after the news. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Lakshmi Singh. It's guilty on all counts for El Chapo, jurors in New York City have convicted Mexican drug Lord Joaquin Guzman on all ten counts, including engaging in a continuing criminal enterprise international distribution of heroin, cocaine marijuana and use of firearms this ah likely mean sixty one year old will spend the rest of his life behind bars after nearly three month long trial. The jury took six days to reach a verdict. There's a deal on the table that would avert another partial government shutdown this week, but it's still anybody's guess if President Trump will sign it. I can tell you that am I happy at first laughs. I just got to say it the answer is no, I'm not I'm not happy. But am I happy with where we're going? I'm thrilled because we're supplementing things and moving things around and we're doing things that are fantastic and taking from far less. Really from far less important areas. Trump speaking moments ago from the White House Republicans at tentatively agreed to roughly one point four billion dollars for southern border wall. It's far less than the five point seven billion. Trump's been demanding Virginia Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax is taking a leave of absence from his full-time job. At a northern Virginia. Law firm, his employer has hired an outside firm to investigate sexual assault allegations against him. Fairfax denies those claims from member station W C V E in Richmond, Whitney Evans has the latest. The international law firm Morrison Foerster whose clients include large banks incorporations said in a statement, the firm takes the allegations against Fairfax very seriously. And that it's important to treat all persons making such allegations with respect insensitivity. The law firm did not say how long Fairfax would be on leave to women have accused Fairfax of sexually assaulting them. Several years before he became Lieutenant governor in light of the allegations. Fairfax. Been asked to resign by members of his own party. An initial plan to try to force Fairfax out of office was abandoned late Monday morning as lawmakers struggle to agree on the logistics of Virginia's impeachment process for NPR news. I'm Whitney Evans enrichment. It's day. Two of the teacher strike in Denver, but schools are open from Colorado public radio Bente Brooklyn has more and more than half of Denver's public school. Teachers are picketing asking for higher base wages and new pay system that doesn't rely on bonuses art teacher Theresa. Maguire says the bonuses are ineffective and unreliable and says she's had to take a second job to save money. They've changed the rules so much to make it so that we don't get our bonuses. I don't wanna have bonuses. I wanna clear concise salary that I can see Denver public schools says these incentives help attract teachers to high need schools starting teacher in Denver earns about forty three thousand dollars each year for NPR news. I'm Ben to Brooklyn in Denver. From washington. This is NPR news. And from San Francisco. This is news. I'm Brian watt. San Mateo county could soon require gun owners to store firearms in a locked container or to disable them with trigger locks county. Supervisor David Canepa plans to introduce the ordinance at today's board meeting what we know is clearly this if guns are disabled through a trigger lock or in a locked container that the ability for children to access those guns is virtually impossible or or limited. Canopus ordinance would only apply to unincorporated parts of San Mateo county. But he says he hopes it will be a model for the region cities similar laws in Sunnyvale and San Francisco survived legal challenges by the NRA Santa Clara county supervisors plan today to consider adding half a million dollars to a department that helps wage theft victims, the office of labor standards enforcement hell. Victims collect court mandated settlements from unscrupulous employers. Worker advocates say it needs more money Ruth, silver tob with the wage theft. Coalition says there have been more than thirty six hundred cases in the county since two thousand ten these are all cases where there was a judgment or final administrative decision and the employer did not pay. We have a culture of noncompliance and employers violate these laws with impunity advocates say victims of wage theft are often immigrants and women employed in low paying jobs who the employers think will be less likely to speak up..

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"david canepa" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"david canepa" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of up to fifty miles per hour. Have firefighters busy working to controlled burning embers in Malibu helicopters and air tankers are using water from Pepperdine university's campus lakes. We have been here around the clock in for those first few days without any sleep. But I got a good night's sleep last night. And that helps a lot that's Phil Phillips vice president for administration at Pepperdine, but we've got work to do still. And so we are willing ourselves to be here. Do a holy cycle towel NPR news Malibu. The Trump administration is back in court in New York City over the citizenship question that it added to the twenty twenty cents is NPR's Hansi. Lo Wong reports the census bureau's chief scientist is expected to testify on behalf of the administration. John Aboud has acknowledged that. Adding a citizenship question to the twenty twenty cents is is likely to discourage. Household with non-citizens from participating the senses. But he is arguing that the census bureau can make up for that by sending census workers and to use statistical methods to make sure that there is an agriculture in twenty twenty but former leaders of the census bureau have testified that they believe that those methods won't be enough NPR's hunting lo Wong. On Wall Street. The Dow Jones industrials are up twenty points at twenty five thousand four hundred seven the NASDAQ is up nearly ninety points and seventy two hundred eighty nine the S and P five hundred is up more than eighteen points. You're listening to NPR news from K Q E D news, I'm Brian watt. More than seventy eight hundred firefighters are deployed at the three major wildfires in California, the campfire in Butte county and a pair of fires in southern California. State fire and rescue chief with the governor's office of emergency services. Kim Zegarra's says resources are stretched thin, and that's in part because some federal agencies that use seasonal firefighters have laid them off already since the normal fire season would be over by now. So why we do have assets. And we're very grateful forum. We have a lot more state and local resources that are currently on the line. Zegarra says seven. In other western states have sent more than two hundred engine companies to help at last check. The campfire has now killed forty two people destroyed more than sixty five hundred homes in scorched one hundred twenty five thousand acres. It's thirty percent contained in San Mateo county supervisors or scheduled to consider a resolution today that will allow the county to expand its existing emergency alert system and new state law. Let's counties work with public utilities to enroll residents in warning systems automatically San Mateo county supervisor David Canepa, it allows us to give people another way to get information. Didn't if it saves one five minutes successful Canopus says with the current opt in system only about ten percent of residents receive timely emergency notifications. He says the new system will still allow people to choose to opt out. I'm Brian watt. News support comes from STAN..

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"david canepa" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"david canepa" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Report, this time it's Thousand Oaks, California. It's something that you see on on the internet on the news all the time now. And it's something that you look at it and say, oh, that's tragic. But you think to yourself will never happen to me. He was inside the borderline bar and grill when a gunman killed twelve people. Ben himself Ventura County sheriff Jeff dean on twenty-eight-year-old iron long. We've had several contacts with Mr. long over the years. Minor events such a traffic collision. He was a victim of a battery at a local bar in two thousand fifteen one incident had police thinking the marine vet may have suffered from PTSD cake. Hal, TV's Randy paid kind of red flags they describe our is that of a young man who is mentally imbalanced. Who's having some real difficulty coping with life as demonstrated in April? When thirties were came here. We're called here by the neighbors because there was such a clear disturbance going on inside CBS news special report, I'm Peter King. KCBS news time eight fifty three daily city's largest employer. Seton medical center filed for bankruptcy in August that prompted fears of a health care crisis. But now as KCBS marquee Schaefer reports potential buyers for the struggling hospital have been identified bankrupt. Seton medical center had twenty eight thousand emergency room visits last year patients who otherwise would have had to travel to San Francisco or Burlingame for treatment. We're trying to solve this problem. I'm optimistic. But if you have spoke to me about three. Two weeks ago? Very gloomy at a San Mateo county. Supervisor David Canepa, the news that's improving. His mood is the recent identification of two and possibly three hospital buyers by December eighteenth, we should know who the buyers are Seton sits on thirty two acres of prime real estate. The city of Daly city took bold action declaring that that land is already designated as hospital use that it remains as hospital us. So it doesn't become a land. Grab a multi county taskforces meeting every three weeks to resolve the issue. Eighty seven percent of Seaton's patients are on Medicare or medical taking care of poor people. It's expensive. Andy says the county has a responsibility to support the new buyer as they navigate flat reimbursement. Rates and seismic needs Margie Schaefer, KCBS.

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"david canepa" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"david canepa" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Businesses a lot it is certainly been impactful you've seen smaller businesses close, and and definitely daily disruption to business. So absolutely. She's definitely looking forward to the road reopening. It was early will help with the flow of traffic, you know, bringing down through relieving some of the congestion in the area. So we're going to welcome that winning the street could reopen by early twenty nineteen the two blocks stretch has been closed at cars since twenty twelve. Construction on the central subway project in union square. Carrie, Hodousek KCBS? Daly city's largest employer. Seton medical center filed for bankruptcy in August, prompting fears of a healthcare crisis on the northern peninsula. KCBS marquee Schaefer reports potential buyers have not have now been identified bankrupt. Seton medical center had twenty eight thousand emergency room visits last year of patients who otherwise would have had to travel the San Francisco or Burlingame for treatment. We'll try to solve this problem I'm optimistic, but if you would have spoke to me about three weeks ago, very gloomy a San Mateo county supervisor David Canepa, the news that's improving. His mood is the recent identification of two and possibly three hospital buyers by December eighteenth, we should know who the buyers are Seton sits on thirty two acres of prime real estate. The city of Daly city took bold action. Declaring that that land is already designated as hospital use that it remains as hospital us. So. It doesn't become a land. Grab a multi county taskforces meeting every three weeks to resolve the issue. Eighty seven percent of Seaton's patients are on Medicare or Medicaid how taking care of poor people. It's expensive. Andy says the county has a responsibility to support the new buyer as they navigate flat reimbursement. Rates and seismic needs Margie Schaefer, KCBS APB is going out for a missing sign in San Jose KCBS has Matt Bigler reports. The historic orchard supply hardware sign that's been fixture. For nearly seventy years has just disappeared. The sign pole is still here at the original orchard supply hardware in San Jose. But the vintage sign has suddenly gone missing locals. We talked to worry it's been stolen probably it.

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KCBS All News

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"david canepa" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Forty a gunman is dead inside, the borderline country and western bar in Thousand Oaks, the bar was holding a college night event popular with Pepperdine university and Cal Lutheran students. Witnesses say the gunman through several smoke bombs into the bar. And then started shooting at eleven twenty last night. Officials say that several people are dead and several are wounded one of those shot was a sheriff's deputy stay with KCBS. We'll have the latest on this story coming up. As information comes in a multi county task force has been working to keep Seton medical center. Open and Daly city since his bankruptcy filing. In August, KCBS has mortgage Schaefer reports potential buyers have been identified eighty seven percent of the patients at Seton medical center in Daly city are on medic. Care or medic? Hal it loses. Millions of dollars a year. We're in the cusp of a health care crisis. Matteo county supervisor David Canepa explained Seton is one of six hospitals affected by a bankruptcy the land seat and sits on is valuable thirty two acres in the heart of Silicon Valley. But there will be no landgrab. We'd asked the attorney general conditions for your ago. The board of supervisors said those conditions must remain in place. Upon the initial announcement of bankruptcy. There were no buyers. We ended up writing letters informing all the large hospital systems throughout the United States. I'm happy to tell you now that there are several buyers are interested. This is a new development or not naming names Canepa says there are two possibly three potential buyers, and we should know by December. Eighteenth who the buyers are Seton medical center is the largest employer in Daly city and served twenty eight thousand patients in its emergency room last year patients who otherwise would have to travel to Burlingame or San Francisco for treatment Margie Schaefer, Casey. CBS San Jose is taking a step toward helping people view addiction as a health issue rather than a criminal issue. KCBS? Jennifer Hodges tells us about the city's new sobering stations from now on when someone is under the influence, San Jose police will have the option to take that person to a sobering center rather than county jail. It also provides the chance to engage individuals that are probably not ready to begin treatment. But at least engaged them in considering what steps they might take the change. Their behavior is the director of alcohol and drug services for Santa Clara county. It also helps law enforcement look at it as a health issue rather than a criminal Justice issue as well as providing them and alternative to having to take them to jail spend up to two hours sitting there with the individual being able to release them at the sobering center. They can get back and provide the services in the community. It's expected to be significant San Jose makes up fifty per. Percent of police referrals to the county's E R. Jennifer Hodges KCBS Stockton street in San Francisco is set to reopen after the holidays after six years of construction for the central subway. KCBS is Carrie Hodousek tells us business owners cannot wait. It'll welcome the flow of pedestrian traffic again to stores in union square. We.

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"david canepa" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"david canepa" Discussed on KQED Radio

"We've got a long road ahead in the days and the months. And even years ahead to make sure we built back where we need to be here in North Carolina. Trump is now touring South Carolina. The Justice department is investigating automaker. Tesla over statements made by CEO NPR's Windsor. Johnston says tesla stock price initially tumbled today. Federal prosecutors started a fraud investigation. After Tesla's CEO Elon Musk tweeted last month that he was thinking about taking the company private in his tweet must said he had funding secured for the deal, which initially boosted the value of tesla shares shortly afterward, the Justice department asked tesla to voluntarily released documents about the announcement. The company says it's cooperated and has not received a subpoena or request for testimony. The Justice department probe comes amid as civil investigation by the securities and Exchange Commission and shareholder lawsuits Windsor, Johnston NPR news. This is NPR from news. I'm Brian watt. A San Mateo county supervisor is raising concerns about the recent bankruptcy filing by Verity health system, which owns several bay area hospitals. Peter Jon Shuler explains. Supervisor David Canepa wrote a letter to express his disappointment in the move the financially troubled nonprofit filed for bankruptcy to facilitate the sale of its hospitals including four in the bay area. The problem says Canepa is there's no guarantee they'll stay open after the sales. This is a big issue. You're talking six hospitals, and these hospitals are located in communities that need them. Most Canopus enlisting help from state legislators and the attorney general of Verity spokeswoman said in a statement that the chapter eleven processes intended to protect the hospitals from historic debt and keep them from closing. I'm Peter Jon Shuler, K Q E D news in Santa Rosa up. Water officials are expected soon to lift a water advisory for homes affected by the north bay. Fires nearly a year ago the wildfires melted. Plastic water pipes and part contaminating the water system with the known. Carcinogen benzene the city spent eight million dollars replacing fire hydrants water, mains and water lines. Santa Rosa waters. Jennifer Burke, says the city wants to lift the advisory next month. If sample testing continues to show levels within the state mandated safety limits, we've been doing it very methodically. And the data is driving our decisions to chart the course for resolving this issue. A community meeting is planned for tonight at the water agencies. Utility field office, I'm.

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KQED Radio

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"david canepa" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The time is seven thirty live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. President Trump is on his way to North Carolina to survey some of the damage left by hurricane Florence five days after it came ashore near Wilmington rivers infesting starting. We're really just going to say. All of the people that are working in the president was speaking to reporters before leaving the White House. The governor is asking evacuees not to return home just yet with more than a thousand roads still underwater in South Carolina. Authorities are investigating the drowning deaths of two mental health patients in a river flooded by Florence Victoria Hansen with South Carolina public radio says at the time the two were being transported from Conway to Darlington. In a sheriff's department van. Authorities say the van got swept away on a flooded road not far from the North Carolina border. They say the deputies tried to save the victims but were unable to open the doors. The mental health patients were reportedly restrained. The back high water rescue teams pull the sheriff's deputies to safety from the top of the vehicle. They were transporting the patients from the coast many of the roads in the area where the incident occurred are closed because of flooding for NPR news. News, Victoria, Hanson in South Carolina. Florence is blamed for at least thirty five deaths. This is NPR news from Washington from K Q E D news in San Francisco. I'm Brian watt. San Mateo county supervisor is raising concerns about the recent bankruptcy filing by Verity health system, which owns several bay area hospitals. Peter Jon Shuler explains. Supervisor David Canepa wrote a letter to express his disappointment in the move the financially troubled nonprofit filed for bankruptcy to facilitate the sale of its hospitals including four in the bay area. The problem says Canepa is there's no guarantee they'll stay open after the sales. This is a big issue. You're talking six hospitals, and he's hospitals are located in communities that need them. Most Canopus enlisting help from state legislators and the attorney general of Verity spokeswoman said in a statement that the chapter eleven processes and. Tended to protect the hospitals from historic debt.

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"david canepa" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"david canepa" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Sir Francis Drake between the Cossio valley and platform bridge road all closed until further notice no word on how fire. Started high occupancy toll lanes are in the planning stages for San Mateo county on highway one one and current carpool passenger requirements will increase in the coming years KCBS is market. Schaefer reports not everyone is on board with the idea. Three people would need to be in the car to qualify for a car pool on the one zero one express lane at project that would add a lane in both directions. Highway one a one from three eighty down to Whipple road, and then will convert an existing car pool lane into an express lane as well taking it down to CNN Tonio road a distance of about twenty two miles. That's Jeff Weiss with Cal trans a high occupancy toll lane would sell excess capacity to those willing to pay to drive in the high occupancy lane. The more congestion the higher the price San Mateo county supervisor David Canepa, why are we moving toward with the toll lane which allows solo drivers to move in front of the line. It doesn't make sense environmentally nor. Does it make? Sense in terms of equity. Cal trans is looking to begin construction on the lanes next year with the lanes opening and twenty twenty two people on the peninsula will like this when the operates Margie Schaefer KCBS just ahead on KCBS. What's behind an increase in people taking Cal train to work? Now, we're gonna check all those people on the road driving their cars to work. Here's George Raskin Martin, George good morning, Rebecca, we are sadly still tracking a number of delays around the bay area where traffic is still quite slow like at the bay bridge toll plaza for the westbound ride were solidly backed up right to the edge of the MacArthur. Maze for the westbound trip even slow still on the upper deck West End to San Francisco northbound one zero one slows up before the two eighty interchange from about third street and were slow on the peninsula for one zero one southbound through San Mateo north bay has major problems persisting on one Twenty-one this in the westbound direction. Our accident occurred in the vicinity of duhig road, the set doubles with the second trailer overturned spilling dirt one way. Traffic control in the area backed up to one Twenty-one in the westbound direction practically backed up to Rommel on the eastbound side. One on one. San Jose's a slow trip. Let's go. To the Chilton auto body collision camp Bob prior bound highway one zero one that's slowing starts before Tully road continues up to thirteenth street Oakland road where we have landscaping work going on in the right lane brief a stretch of full speed. And then you're slow again all the way up to thirty seven and still jammed up for the westbound Dumbarton ride your next update. Ten eighteen on the traffic leader KCBS..

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"david canepa" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"david canepa" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Planned for San Mateo county the Bayshore freeway and current carpool passenger requirements will increase in other words, you'll have to go from two to three to qualify for the carpool lane. KCBS is Margie Schaefer reports that everyone's on board three people would need to be in the car to qualify for a car pool on the one oh one express lane project that would add lane in both directions. Highway one a one from three eighty down to Whipple road, and then will convert an existing carpool lane into an express lane as well taking it down to CNN Tonio road. A distance of about twenty two miles. That's Jeff Weiss with Cal trans a high occupancy toll lane would sell excess capacity to those willing to pay to drive in the high occupancy lane. The more congestion the higher the price San Mateo county supervisor David Canepa, why are we moving forward? What the toll lane which allows solo drivers to move in front of the line. It doesn't make sense environmentally nor. Does it make sense in terms of equity? Cal trans is looking to begin construction on the lanes next year with the lanes opening and twenty twenty two people in peninsula will like this. When they see how it operates Margie Schaefer, KCBS fire crews and marina fighting a one hundred acre wildfire in steep terrain and Samuel p Taylor state park that fire broke out last night under the mount Barnaby fire lookout. It's currently just ten percent contained an evacuation order is in place for mountain king road, Portola avenue and Alamo way down to Barranca road. The upper part of force Knowles and log Anita. Are under a warning Alamo road of Ryo Arroyo wrote. And sir Francis Drake between the Cossio valley and platform bridge road are all closed until.

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"david canepa" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"david canepa" Discussed on KCBS All News

"And Alamo way and all mandatory evacuations a road closures were lifted yesterday in the snow fire zone in Napa county that fire began Saturday afternoon. No structures have been damaged at this point. The fire is forty five percent contained high occupancy toll lanes are in the planning stages for the Bayshore freeway on the peninsula and carpool requirements will increase in the coming years. KCBS is marquee Schaefer reports not every. Everybody is on board with the idea. Three people would need to be in the car to qualify for a car pool on the one oh one express lane project that would add a lane in both directions. Highway one a one from three eighty down to Whipple road. And then we'll convert an existing car pool lane into an express lane as well. Taking it down to CNN Tony road a distance of about twenty two miles. That's Jeff Weiss with Cal trans a high occupancy toll lane would sell excess capacity to those willing to pay to drive in the high occupancy lane. The more congestion the higher the price San Mateo county supervisor David Canepa, why are we moving toward with the toll lane which allows solo drivers to move in front of the line. It doesn't make sense environmentally, nor does it make sense in terms of equity. Cal trans is looking to begin construction on the lanes next year with the lanes opening and twenty twenty two people on the peninsula will like this. When they see how it operates Margie Schaefer, KCBS growing. A number of people are moving to Sacramento because of the bay area's sky, high housing prices KCBS Jeffrey Schaub tells us the rental prices are now skyrocketing in the capital city. It would appear that Sacramento is becoming a victim of its own success seven thousand people moved here last year making the city, the fastest growing among the top ten urban areas nationwide Julian works in the bay area but lives in the capital city not too far from the bay. So a lot of people that that live here commute into the bay because the price over there higher Sacramento is up and coming with more restaurants growing arts culture, brewpubs a downtown sports arena. According to research conducted by the San Francisco Chronicle rents in Sacramento have risen in average of eight percent per year over the past two years. Jane says it's hard. I just think it's insane. It's it's hard for anybody to afford rent these days, especially. Jobs aren't paying just try living in the bay area in Sacramento. Jeffrey Schaub KCBS coming up on KCBS Colgan a lot more bicyclists are jumping on Cal. Trae you start to see a lot more by sonic.

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"david canepa" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"david canepa" Discussed on KCBS All News

"On the Bayshore freeway in San Mateo county carpools of three or more people would get free access KCBS is Margie Schaefer reports on the plan that is getting mixed reaction. So far commuters heading across the San Mateo, bridge know this area. Well, the proposed express lanes would be built on highway one oh one between interstate three eighty and Whipple road. Current carpool lanes from Menlo Park to San Antonio route would be converted to express lanes congestion. So heavy. In that corridor and by some accounts between twenty and twenty five percent of the state's gross domestic product travels up and down that corridor. Jeff Weiss with Cal. Trans explains H OT lanes would maximize the flow selling the excess capacity in the carpool lane to solo or dual commuters on a supply and demand basis San Mateo county supervisor David Canepa, but don't think it's going to ease. The traffic on one zero one the second issue. I have is around equity those willing and able to pay can jump to the front of the line for a fee. Cal trans is moving ahead with the idea we plan to be in construction by next year with Elaine lane opening by twenty twenty two Margie Schaefer KCBS coming up on KCBS. I'm make gold's be on. Why women across the world are more heavily affected by climate change. Then men and three away. Let's check on your traffic this morning, and here's AJ still a bad situation in Hayward. Highway ninety two eastbound before the eight eighty splitting overturned. Car is blocking the roadway. All lanes are blocked except for one going to eighty southbound delays are extremely heavy from industrial boulevard, you can help it exit claw would or road and you can use that right? That up to Whitton avenue, and you can re enter eight eighty or you can take eight eighty rather or you can find your way towards ninety two. If you can also help it you can either take the Dumbarton bridge or bay bridge. Those heading eastbound are both at the limit shaking in on Tracy wants more eastbound five eighty from Greenville wrote a grant line road. You have the usual pavement work in the three right lanes. Luckily, traffic is pretty much to a minimum. And in Oakland hearing new reports on eighty northbound at twenty third avenue off ramp is closed because of a fire. That's nearby. Your next traffic update three eighteen on the traffic leader KCBS.

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"david canepa" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"david canepa" Discussed on KCBS All News

"And then will convert an existing car pool lane into an express lane as well taking it down to San Antonio road a distance of twenty two miles. That's Jeff Weiss with Cal trans a high occupancy toll lane would sell excess capacity to those willing to pay to drive in the high occupancy lane. The more congestion the higher the price San Mateo county supervisor David Canepa, why are we moving forward with the toll lane which allows solo drivers to move in front of the line. It doesn't make sense environmentally nor. Does it make sense in terms of equity? Cal trans is looking to begin construction on. On the lanes next year with the lanes opening and twenty twenty two people in peninsula will like this. When they see how it operates Margie Schaefer KCBS growing number of people are moving to Sacramento because of the bay area's sky, high housing prices KCBS Jeffrey Schaub tells us the rental prices are snow now skyrocketing in the capital city. It would appear that Sacramento is becoming a victim of its own success seven thousand people moved here last year making the city, the fastest growing among the top ten urban areas nationwide Julian works in the bay area but lives in the capital city. Not too far from the base a lot of people that that that live here community to the bay because the price over there higher Sacramento is up and coming with more restaurants at growing arts culture, brewpubs a downtown sports arena. According to research conducted by the San Francisco Chronicle rents in Sacramento have risen in average of eight percent per year over the past two years. Jane says it's hard. I just think it's insane. It's it's hard for anybody to afford rent. These days. Especially jobs aren't paying just try living in the bay area in Sacramento. Jeffrey Schaub CBS coming up on KCBS Colgan a lot more bicyclists jumping on Cal. Trae you start to see a lot more by sonic..

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