Monthly Archives: October 2017

Halloween Security and Safety

There are many ways to keep your child safe at Halloween, when they are more prone to accidents and injuries. The excitement of children and adults at this time of year sometimes makes them forget to be careful. Simple common … Continue reading

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Caltrans District 4 Bicycle Plan

Please join us for a community workshop to discuss proposed priority bicycle improvements for the Bay Area! Share your ideas on local priorities. Caltrans is developing the District 4 Bicycle Plan to improve bicycling on and across the State-owned transportation … Continue reading

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BART to Antioch and Pittsburg

The San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District (BART) is nearing completion of a new rail passenger service on approximately 10 miles of new track between the existing Pittsburg/Bay Point BART Station and Antioch at Hillcrest. The Pittsburg Center and … Continue reading

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A Cut Above: Scary Good Pumpkin-Carving Tips

Originally published in American Lifestyle Magazine Carving pumpkins has been a longtime tradition in America, but its origin is actually credited to a centuries-old Irish folktale. As the legend goes, an unsavory Irishman named Stingy Jack trapped the devil and … Continue reading

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AAA and Gomentum Station Announce Exclusive Partnership Agreement

        AAA Northern California, Nevada & Utah is proud to announce its partnership with GoMentum Station and the Contra Costa Transportation Authority on an exclusive agreement to study and test how autonomous vehicles can be safely implemented … Continue reading

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BART – Taking Aim at Noise Pollution

Last year in August, BART announced a design breakthrough hailed as music to our riders’ ears: a small change in the way train wheels contact the rails that our engineers hoped would make a big difference toward reducing noise. By … Continue reading

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KRACK Attack Puts Wi-Fi Connections at Risk

A serious new vulnerability called KRACK (Key Reinstallation Attacks) was announced recently, likely impacting anyone who uses Wi-Fi. All Wi-Fi connection points and devices could be vulnerable—your local coffee shop, home, or workplace connection. KRACK can allow attackers access to … Continue reading

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