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UC Irvine to be first to replace all campus shuttles with zero emission vehicles (Inside EVs) The self-driving car’s bicycle problem (IEEE Spectrum) Here’s a bike made of recycled paper (Metro) Drive-throughs in downtown: Stockton debates urban design (Stockton City Limits) San Francisco continues efforts to reduce car trips from new development (Examiner) Report: There’s […]

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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: […]

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San Francisco’s first Sunday Streets of 2016 happening this weekend in the Mission (Hoodline) SMART train gets green light for bike ped path (Marin Independent Journal) How SANDAG worked the media on its transportation plan (KPBS) A sign that “routine accommodation” isn’t happening (Systemic Failure) LA Times explains CEQA, LOS, and bike lanes A successful […]

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S.F.: Survey seeks input on parking-protected bike lanes on the Panhandle (Hoodline) Santa Clara VTA unveils biggest transit overhaul since 2008 (Mercury News) Until July 4, you can ride SMART trains for free (Marin Independent Journal) Geary BRT environmental review approved (SF Examiner) Downtown L.A. hasn’t seen this much construction since the 1920s (LA Times) […]

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Streetsblog won’t be publishing on Monday in honor of Memorial Day. Have a great weekend. Not a joke: California Board of Equalization celebrates rising sales of gas as a “win” (Press Enterprise) Demand for cap-and-trade pollution credits falls (KQED) Cap-and-trade auction shows resilience (Environmental Defense Fund) Kings County won’t appeal its High Speed Rail lawsuit […]

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California Transportation Commission allocates $224 million to projects statewide, including: Seaside: Broadway Ave road diet (Monterey Herald) Highway 17 wildlife crossing in Santa Cruz County (IndyBay) Central Coast projects (EdHat) Oakland Bay Bridge bike path opens to island (SF Gate) Redwood City to talk affordable housing, transportation (Patch) In Fresno this year, Fourteen people have […]