Today’s Headlines: Oakland DOT, $ Benefits of TOD, Bike Month Begins

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Ridership on Metro’s Gold Line includes many new riders who use to drive to work (San Gabriel Valley Tribune) High-speed rail is just part of a bigger role for rail in California’s future (Silicon Valley Business Journal) CA serious about road user charge pilot (JDSupra Business Advisor) Congrats, UCLA Med Center, on your sustainability award! […]

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Palos Verdes bicyclists protest unsafe conditions, impatient motorists (Daily Breeze) Research: Building bike lanes could slow climate change (Momentum Magazine) BART is for everyone, including Oakland A’s pitcher Sonny Gray (SFGate) More on pay-by-mile pilot road charge (East Bay Times) People who benefit most from gas tax investments are the least likely to support raising […]

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The science behind bicycle balance (CityLab) Oakland to put more cops on bikes (SF Chronicle) Bike commuting in Merced (Merced Sun-Star) Lawsuit filed against new six-lane “Mid County Parkway” in San Jacinto Valley (Center for Biological Diversity) In Oakland and San Francisco, the fight over affordable housing is stopping other projects (San Francisco Business Times) […]

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How new Telegraph Avenue configuration is shifting travel in Oakland (Medium) New bike plan coming to Santa Barbara (KEYT) Why people fear bike commuting (Mercury News) Burbank gets a grade-separated train crossing (Mass Transit) New Warm Springs BART station will serve tech/jobs hub (BART) California DMV studying rules for driverless cars (Equipment World) San Francisco […]

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More on proposed Bay Area regional planning merger (Planetizen) Active transportation grant will help complete bike trail in San Luis Obispo (Tribune) Why planning for biking and planning for walking are very different (Planetizen) A new series on TOD in the Bay Area (San Francisco Business Journals) Oil companies spent over $11 million to defeat […]

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How UCSB  achieved gold and UCLA achieved silver level Bicycle Friendly University status from the American League of Bicyclists Meeting about rent control in Alameda takes a violent turn (San Francisco Business Times) Residents of City of Commerce are taking their city back (Grist) Oakland plans affordable, energy efficient housing project (California Economic Summit) Berkeley […]