Today’s Headlines

  • What does Governor Brown’s proposed housing bill mean for affordability? (Better Institutions)
  • UC Berkeley report says building more affordable housing is the best way to fight gentrification (East Bay Express)
  • San Jose: Bike lanes proposed for Moorpark, Winchester (Cyclicious)
  • Equal transportation news in Salinas (The Californian)
  • Walking school buses and bicycle trains cut school traffic in Gilroy (Gilroy Dispatch)
  • Targeted transportation funding in Fairfield train station area includes road widening (Daily Republic)
  • All the newest bike-share programs around the world (The Malay Mail)
  • Threats to car industry are creating new opportunities (Vox)
  • 67-mile urban hiking trail opens in LA (Gizmodo)

 

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CA Legislative Analyst Office releases initial comments on governor’s proposed budget (LAO) Want jobs? Build bike lanes (Fast Company) Coronado is scrapping its bike plan, putting all new bike lanes on hold, starting over (KPBS) This writer believes congestion is the #1 environmental problem in San Diego County (and that wider roads will fix it) […]

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Video: Caltrans launches in-house bike-share for employees in downtown Sacramento (YouTube) More pondering about why bike-share isn’t killing anyone (City Lab) (Momentum Mag) Transportation sales taxes: How high is too high? (Planetizen) The high costs of parking requirements (City Observatory) San Francisco neighbors get help from the city to transform alleys into pleasant spaces (Hoodline) […]

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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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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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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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San Francisco Bicycle Coalition executive director Noah Budnick steps down (SFBC) This Friday, ride bike-share for free in the Bay Area (preregistration required) (Bay Area Bike Share) Supervisor calls for hearing on removing Muni overhead wires for Super Bowl party (Examiner) The myth of “no public funding” for new Raiders, Warriors projects (San Francisco Business […]