Today’s Headlines

  • In Kern County, residents sue to stop a freeway (Court House News)
  • Palm Springs residents freak out because there’s “not enough parking” in planned development (Desert Sun)
  • San Joaquin Clean Transportation Center opens; will focus on electric vehicles (Next-Gen Transportation)
  • California rejects VW’s diesel car recall plan (SF Chronicle)
  • For high-speed rail, moving utilities out of the way is turning out to be expensive (LA Times)
  • Forum in San Diego studies land-use effects of legalizing marijuana (San Diego Union-Tribune)
  • Dog riders increasing on transit (NY Times)

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L.A. Metro to get another top transit leader: McMillan moves back home from the FTA (Washington Post) California looking for ways to connect transit, communities (Planetizen) The California transportation projects whose funding is threatened (San Jose Mercury News) Caltrans seeks input on statewide, long-range transportation plan (TI News Daily) It’s a mess, but we need […]

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Santa Monica’s bike share is ready for the Expo line opening (Global Green) Berkeley develops “Resiliency Strategy” (Berkeleyside) Study looks at why bike share is so much safer than “regular biking” (Vox) People who live in walkable neighborhoods get more exercise (Science Codex) Two reports find that California’s climate change policies will save residents money […]

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San Diego Wins Funding for Crucial Link Between Bike Paths (Union-Tribune) High Speed Rail Authority Fires Back at L.A. Times About “Misleading Article” (CAHSR Blog) CalEnviro Screen Adds Housing to Metrics for Sustainable Communities (Safe Routes CA) Feds Declare Support for OC Streetcar As Planning Enters Engineering Phase (RT&S) L.A.’s “Bike Lobby” Going After Unfriendly […]

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SF Bay Area transit is fragmented, and that’s not good (Global Transit) Fed transportation secretary Foxx speaks out about the legacy of highway expansion through poor neighborhoods (Washington Post) A look at Greyhound’s new Fresno station (Stop and Move) The future of autonomous vehicles may not be what you’re expecting (Strong Towns) Seventeen states sue […]