A single-car crash on Interstate 680, near the Sunol Grade slowed down traffic during the early morning Tuesday commute.
Single car crash shut down lanes of i-680 near Sunol Grade
Anyone who witnessed or has information about the collision is encouraged to call the Santa Rosa Police Department's Traffic Division.
The goal is to have local companies have their employees work from home whenever possible.
Only one southbound lane and two northbound lanes will be open during the work.
Police are unsure which car had a green light at the time of the collision
Striping work was done overnight Saturday and has been extended to overnight Sunday.
The goal is to get Bay Area businesses to increase the number of employees working remotely when possible.
Authorities reported that a pickup truck collided into the median causing a grass fire on Interstate 580.
Elissa Harrington reports.
The grass fire was first reported to the California Highway Patrol at 9:47 a.m.
California Highway Patrol officers responded at about 3:40 p.m. Tuesday to the crash reported on southbound Highway 280 between Farm Hill Boulevard and Edgewood Road.
Valley Tranist Authority is rerouting the 22, 64A, 64B, 68, 72, 500 Rapid & 522 Rapid bus lines around the area and advises passengers to expect delays of at least 15 minutes.
Just after 7 a.m., officers responded to a report of a collision involving a pedestrian near the corner of Dwight Street and San Bruno Avenue.
Officers responded around 5:45 a.m. to a report of a vehicle collision in the 1100 block of Meadowsweet Drive. When they arrived, officers found the Mill Valley Refuse truck rolled on one side with the victim pinned underneath.
The vehicle plummeted more than 200 feet onto a parked train below.
The metering lights at the Bay Bridge toll plaza on the Oakland side have been activated, the CHP advises.
A person was hit by a vehicle and killed early Friday morning in Oakland, before the Bay Bridge Toll Plaza, CHP said.
Pedestrian killed in crash near Bay Bridge Toll Plaza
The Presidio Slow Streets initiative is closing or limiting traffic on select streets from Monday through June 30 to allow for residents to walk, run, exercise and bike safely amid the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.