Today’s Headlines

  • 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! Now how about recognizing bike’s role in health? (Bicycle Academy)
  • Streetfilms: Tokyo has many bikes, few bike lanes (CityLab)
  • “Business-friendly” Dem Cheryl Brown gets $ from Chevron (Sacramento Bee)
  • New #FreshKermit bike lanes sweep the Twitterverse (Streetfilms)
  • San Francisco councilmember asks for economic study of housing policies (Vox)
  • CA not doing enough about housing shortage (LA Times)

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CA legislative panel denies request for audit on high-speed rail land acquisition practices (Sacramento Business Journal) Santa Clarita Valley residents rally against high-speed rail (Santa Clarita Valley Signal) Stockton’s downtown pedestrian mall, like Fresno’s, also needs help (Recordnet) CHP data on bike crashes: counties with highest per capita rates of bike collisions are coastal, not […]