Category: goSBCTA Newsletter

goSBCTA Newsletter: September 2022 Edition Released

The latest goSBCTA Newsletter is out! Read the latest edition.

goSBCTA Newsletter: August 2022 Edition Released

The latest goSBCTA Newsletter is out! Read the latest edition.

Safe Summer Driving

For many of us, summer time usually means vacations and road trips with family.  With a little planning and some quick safety checks, you can help avoid breakdowns and inconvenient delays in your travels.  Be sure to check your car’s fluids, belts, hoses, brakes, lights, air conditioning system and tire pressures before you hit the […]

Supervisor Curt Hagman Concludes his Board Presidency

The July Board of Directors meeting annually brings new leadership to SBCTA/SBCOG.  This month’s meeting saw Apple Valley Mayor Pro Tem Art Bishop assume the position of Board President and County Supervisor Dawn Rowe take the position of Vice-President. The meeting was also an occasion to honor out-going Board President, County Supervisor Curt Hagman.  Supervisor […]

Pilot Program Seeks to Increase Water Supply

The SBCTA Board of Directors received a report from the Santa Ana Watershed Project Authority (SAWPA) about a pilot program to address drought conditions in Southern California. In 2020, SAWPA conducted a feasibility study to explore weather modification (cloud seeding) for the Santa Ana River Watershed. Cloud seeding has been implemented successfully in other watersheds […]

Freeway Service Patrol Drivers Recognized

Drivers who serve in SBCTA’s Freeway Service Patrol (FSP) program were recently recognized by the SBCTA Board of Directors.   The FSP program began in 2006 and consists of a fleet of tow trucks that travel on selected San Bernardino County freeways during peak periods of congestion to assist motorists with their disabled cars.  The program […]

goSBCTA Newsletter: March 2022 Edition Released

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Park & Ride Lots in Rancho Cucamonga

Park & Ride lots provide parking spaces for commuters to park and meet their carpool or vanpools, or for commuters making transit connections. Since 2004, SBCTA has operated a Park and Ride lot program in coordination with the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans), who is primarily responsible for liability while motorists use of the lots, […]

SBCOG Looks at Possible Formation of Housing Trust

Housing supply is one of the most critical issues today facing the State of California, including San Bernardino County.  The state and county face a significant housing supply and affordability crisis spurred by high land costs, rising construction costs, and limited financing options. These issues and challenges have become localized with compounding, interrelated impacts on […]

Victor Valley Transit Partners with Options for Youth in the Victor Valley to Offer Free Transit for Students

Options for Youth is joining the ranks! Victor Valley Transit announced this week that Options for Youth is the latest school to offer free rides for all their students, joining the efforts of Victor Valley College and Cal State University San Bernardino. The program, which began February 1, 2022, allows all students currently enrolled in […]
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