Iteris, Inc. (NASDAQ: ITI), the global leader in smart mobility infrastructure management, today announced that the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) has awarded Iteris a $6.9 million contract to provide operational services for two operations centers in the San Francisco Bay Area.
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San Francisco Bay Area Metropolitan Transportation Commission Awards Iteris $6.9 Million Operational Services Contract (Photo: Business Wire)
Under the terms of the three-year agreement, which includes an option to extend for an additional four years, Iteris will provide staffing and management services to the 511 Operations Center in Oakland, California that is responsible for collecting, curating and disseminating traffic and transit information for the nine-county Bay Area region. The 511 Operations Center staff disseminate transportation information through the 511 SF Bay traveler information system, of which the 511 Phone System and Transit Data System have been
You have two choices for drive-in concerts this weekend.
In Carmel, the Sunset Cultural Center is kicking off a new outdoor drive-in concert series, dubbed Live From the Lot, on Oct. 2 and 3, with performances by Northern California Zydeco star and accordionist extraordinaire Andre Thierry.
The concerts are held at the Sunset Center’s main parking lot, located on the north side of the building on 8th Avenue between San Carlos and Mission streets, and will run 75 minutes each. These will be intimate affairs, as admission is limited to 40 vehicles per show.
Additional concerts at the site are planned but no acts have been announced yet. Music lovers will watch the shows “in and adjacent to their vehicle,” organizers say, while following safety precautions. Food and beverages will be sold at the shows.
Details: 3 and 7 p.m. Oct. 3 and 4; $65 per vehicle, with up to
A 68-year-old Milwaukee woman died Tuesday from injuries suffered in a crash two weeks ago.
The woman crashed into a tree about 3 p.m. Sept. 15 in the 4800 block of North Green Bay Avenue, Milwaukee police said. She was the only occupant of the vehicle.
Police said the circumstances that led to the crash are unknown. The woman was extricated from the vehicle and suffered serious injuries. She died at a hospital Tuesday.