Monthly Archives: May 2018

Your Next Glass of Wine Might Be a Fake—and You’ll Love It

Originally posted on Wired Replica Wine makes cheaper copies of your favorite wine at a discount by analyzing its chemistry. Often, even professional critics can’t tell the difference. Is this heresy or just good business? Author: Bruce Schoenfeld BY Bruce … Continue reading

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SCOOP to BART Carpool Program

BART has partnered with MTC and rideshare app Scoop to encourage customers to carpool to BART. Download the Scoop App on Android or iOS to participate. Carpool through Scoop to any of the BART stations listed below, and receive a … Continue reading

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Senior Transportation Services

Tri Delta Transit provides door-to-door paratransit service for individuals who qualify under the Americans for Disability Act (ADA). The ADA stipulates that individuals recertify every three years if they want to continue to receive paratransit service. Tri Delta Transit also … Continue reading

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Interstate 680 / State Route 4 Interchange Improvements

A recent headline announced that the California Transportation Commission approved $34 million in funding for upgrades to the Interstate Highway 680/state Highway 4 interchange. Concord Assemblymen Tim Grayson was active in securing this funding. Because of the size of the … Continue reading

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BART to Antioch Ready to Roll

Excitement is building for the grand opening of the BART to Antioch extension, which officially begins carrying passengers on Saturday, May 26, 2018. This video showcases the new service and provides a walk-through of navigating the transfer platform just east … Continue reading

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2018 Bike and Pedestrian Plan Released

CCTA recently released for public review and comment, its 2018 Draft Countywide Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan. We truly value your thoughts about our work and have provided two easy ways to give feedback. First, we have a simple comment form … Continue reading

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Rattlesnake bites are on the rise in California. Here’s what to do if you are bitten

By Laylan Connelly | lconnelly@scng.com | Orange County Register PUBLISHED: May 14, 2018 at 10:20 am | UPDATED: May 14, 2018 at 4:38 pm Watch your step. Calls for help for people bitten by dangerous, venomous snakes are on the … Continue reading

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