Today’s Headlines

  • Bike-share plans progressing in Sacramento (KCRA)
  • Victorville City Council moves forward with bike/pedestrian Riverwalk path (Daily Press)
  • Why bicyclists ride through stop signs (The Star)
  • Will California finally raise the gas tax? (San Jose Mercury News)
  • Long Beach City Council adopts position of support for SB16, which would raise gas tax and vehicle registration fees (Long Beach Post)
  • State agencies to host public forum on transportation issues in Fresno tomorrow (The Business Journal)
  • Freeway tear-downs that changed their cities (Gizmodo)
  • Bus bunching explained in one graphic (note: this cool visualization doesn’t work with Firefox or Safari)
  • The link between walkability and race (CityLab)

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SCAG announces its list of regional active transportation projects (Long Beach Post) with Orange County in the mix (OC Register) and San Bernardino too (Inland Empire) Coachella Valley considers its own funding for bike and pedestrian infrastructure (Desert Sun) Mountain bikers say they are angry at slow pace of trail creation in Marin (Marin Independent […]

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More about Brown’s call for GHG reductions (LA Times) (KPCC) San Dimas City Council IDs potential Gold Line station locations (Daily Bulletin) This simple chart shows why it’s time to raise the damn gas tax already (CityLab) CBS shoots down excuses for not riding your bike to work (CBS) More coverage of the Berkeley Bike […]

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Pedestrians don’t matter to Huntington Beach residents who see bridge as a nuisance (LA Times) Long Beach to get protected bike lanes, expanded sidewalks (LongBeachize) Orange County Republican assemblymember files ballot measure to repeal gas tax increase (Sacramento Bee, LA Times) Winter storm damage to roads: $1.4 billion so far (KQED) CA Republican reps say […]

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Laguna Beach will keep its free weekend trolleys (OC Register) Cartographer creates a new way to look at International Boulevard in Oakland (Inside Bay Area) Systemic Failure doesn’t like the new Caltrain bilevel commuter train design (Systemic Failure) How L.A’s data agreement with Waze can benefit the city (New Yorker) San Francisco supervisors rejects building […]

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Long Beach is updating its Bike Master Plan: Safety is a priority (Press Telegram) Caltrain approves funding plan for electrification, modernization (Mass Transit) Transit Riders Union says: Every place in S.F. should be accessible in 30 minute or less (Hoodline) Experience Route 66 on a bike (Albuquerque Journal) Bike and pedestrian friendliness raises real estate […]

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Some inspirational reading: Why L.A. residents don’t drive (LAist) Stockton to get its first green buffered bike lanes next year (Stockton City Limits) Newport beach focuses back-to-school safety measures on bicyclist and pedestrian behavior—wait, what about car drivers? (LA Times) State transportation funding agreement is haunted by gas tax swap (San Diego Union-Tribune) Capitol roundup: […]