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Located in the San Francisco Bay Area San Ramon is home to the headquarters of the Chevron Corporation, 24-Hour Fitness, as well as AT&T's west coast headquarters San Ramon is known as Tree City USA. A new forty-acre downtown area is planned to include hotel, public plaza, as well as a new city hall and library. A Memorial Park was constructed and dedicated to victims of Flight 93 during the September 11 attacks on September 11, 2002.
Local Newspapers: The San Ramon Tribune
Local Sports Teams: San Francisco 49ers
Local Colleges: University of San Francisco
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TTC report looks at impact of driverless buses
Two EZ10 shared autonomous vehicles during a demonstration of the driverless shuttles at the Bishop Ranch office park on March 6, 2017 in San Ramon, Calif. A report that agency staff prepared for the TTC board meeting on Wednesday noted that the development of driverless vehicles capable of being used in public transit is still years away, and there's too little information for the agency to take steps to adopt the technology.San Ramon: Hydrogen fueling station set to open in April
A hydrogen-cell fueling station that would cater to a new generation of automobiles and buses is set to open as soon as next month, almost a year after it was originally evisioned to become available as the first such station in the Interstate 680 corridor. The fueling station, on Norris Canyon Road just east of I-680, is being built by the New Jersey-based Linde Group, an industrial gases conglomerate, on a half-acre of land owned by Toyota Motor Sales USA, adjacent to a Toyota regional office site.Photos: Dublin's annual St. Patrick's Day Parade
Madelynn, 8, left, and Samantha, 5, right, Gunning, of San Ramon, watch the annual Dublin St. Patrick's Day parade in Dublin, Calif., on Saturday, March 18, 2017. A day full of events starts with the parade and continues throughout the day with food, entertainment and fun for all ages at Civic Center Plaza."Soul and Spice," a fusion Indian and jazz concert at Dublin High...
In today's largely combative, competitive global landscape, joyful fusion that eradicates racial, economic, spiritual and social divisions without one-upmanship would be a welcoming achievement. A crowning example of this meld-without-menace phenomenon arrives March 25 with "Soul and Spice," a classical Indian and jazz concert at Dublin High School.Around San Ramon: Area educators named "Teachers of the Year"
Marissa Ware, a second-grade teacher at John Baldwin Elementary School in Danville, was recently named a 2017-2018 "Teacher of the Year" by the San Ramon Valley Unified School District's Board of Education. "Childhood should be a journey and not a race," Ware says.Last-mile solution near? San Ramon driverless shuttles launched in...
The first driverless shuttles in commercial service in California have started to transport workers around the Bishop Ranch office park in San Ramon, and are planned to be used on public roads connecting to BART as early as this fall. These would be the first driverless shuttles carrying passengers on public roads in the US.San Ramon men saved driver trapped in creek while bystanders took photos
Sandee Wiedemann, of San Ramon, poses with Contra Costa Supervisors Diane Burgis and Candace Andersen on March 14, 2017 while holding a proclamation honoring her nephew Clayton Wiedemann, who along with neighbor Dan Rich rescued a Danville man whose car skidded off Highland Road in rural San Ramon and landed upside-down in a rain-swollen creek. The two heroes were not at the Board of Supervisors meeting The Contra Costa Board of Supervisors on Tuesday honored a pair of San Ramon men for their heroism in rescuing a driver who skidded off a rural road and landed upside-down in a rain-swollen creek.Outcry over some firefighters making up to $400,000
In 2015, some firefighters with the San Ramon Valley Fire District were making as much as $400,000 a year in total compensation, CBS San Francisco reports . More than half of the full-time employees at the department make more than $300,000 in total compensation a year, according to data collected by the watchdog group Transparent California.What's All the Buzz? Bay Area Children's Theatre Debuts Fly Guy, the Musical
An insect for a pet? Flies are pests, not pets, right? Well, young Buzz and his new friend, Liz, know otherwise, and their adventures with their zippy, winged companions have the whole town, umm, buzzing! Bay Area Children's Theatre opens its world premiere production of Fly Guy, the Musical, Saturday, April 8, at the Freight & Salvage Coffeehouse, 2020 Addison Street, Berkeley, CA 94703, where it will play weekends at 10:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. through Sunday, May 7. The production then moves to San Ramon and San Francisco .Danville: New developer hoping to revive Magee Ranch housing project
The saga of the proposed 69-home Magee Ranch housing development continues, with a developer stepping in the approval process largely starting anew. Meanwhile, the open space preservation group that has fought the project since 2013, when it sued the Danville Town Council over environmental concerns, is looking for essentially the same concessions it has sought all along - a smaller project, and protecting bicyclists who use nearby Diablo Road on their way to and from Mount Diablo State Park.Tri-Valley Cuisine Scene: Brass Door's new owners serve same great food
Customers of San Ramon's Brass Door can rest easy: The venerable Tri-Valley fine dining establishment is in the capable, well-practiced hands of Shahla Azad. The restaurant has served melt-in-your-mouth prime rib and other American cuisine since 1955 under previous owner Danny Basso, the son of the restaurant's co-founder, Dick Basso.California Sdisbars attorney linked to East Bay dirty DUI scandal
This month, the state bar announced it had disbarred a family law attorney who was implicated in a scandal involving corrupt police, illegal wiretapping, and orchestrated drunken driving arrests. Mary Alice Nolan, 62, was disbarred in January, the State Bar of California announced this month.'Superfood' restaurants specialize in antioxidant-rich acai bowls and other health-based fare.
Brian and Kathy Hom, who became EpiPen crusaders after their son B.J. died of a peanut allergy reaction, have opened their first Vitality Bowls in South San Jose, and will open a second one in April. Vitality Bowls, the "superfood" restaurant launched in San Ramon by a couple whose daughter suffers from food allergies, has enlisted new allergy advocates as the enterprise expands throughout the Bay Area.Armanino Partner Lindy Antonelli to Lead Cloud Accounting 2.0 Master...
The session will take place at 1:30 p.m. on March 23 in Rosemont, Illinois. The conference hosts in-depth sessions that provide proven strategies to help controllers solve their biggest pain points including cloud accounting, cybersecurity, team building and more.Self-Driving Shuttles Hit Public Streets in California Pilot Program
San Ramon, California is a suburban community of around 72,000 located 34 miles east of San Francisco. The city is the first place in the nation where self-driving vehicles are allowed to function without a backup human driver in the seat, albeit in a limited situation.Business park to test driverless shuttles
A large business park in San Ramon began hosting a pair of driverless parking lot shuttles Monday in a program that could eventually lead to wider adoption of the so-called "autonomous vehicles" in the region. The shuttles are part of a pilot program at the Bishop Ranch business park, home to 30,000 employees, to demonstrate the effectiveness of the technology in the hope that it could lead to the incorporation of driverless vehicles by public transit agencies and private fleet operators.Contra Costa County declares emergency over mudslide damage
The Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to declare a state of emergency in response to the massive mudslide that has closed Morgan Territory Road since Feb. 24. The declaration allows the county to streamline the environmental evaluations and public contracting protocols that are required for public works projects, thus speeding up the repair work, county Public Works Department director Julia Bueren told the supervisors. The mudslide has so far engulfed 300 feet of roadway, is 100 feet deep and has closed the road in both directions between Oak Hill Lane and Williams Road.
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