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San Luis Obispo is latest city to conduct pedestrian safety enforcement campaign (KSBY) VTA releases draft EIR for BART extension to San Jose: it will cost a lot per trip (Systemic Failure) Ferries are gaining popularity as a travel option (SF Chronicle) Brown appoints two top aides to Public Utilities Commission (Sacramento Bee) China tries […]

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New EPA Head Wants to Limit CA’s Power to Fight Emissions (Governing) Obama Administration Extends CA High-Speed Rail Grant (LAT) Amtrak Commuter Train Hitting Jolts in NorCal (SacBee) Long Beach Non-Profit Wants to Build Greenspace Under Freeways (LongBeachize) LA Metro Considering Train Stop in Arts District (LA Mag) Bicyclists Speed Clocked on Radar in the […]

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Long Beach gets its first Walk to School Day (Long Beach Post) San Diego’s Bus Rapid Transit system falls short (Voice of San Diego) State leaders unveil reworked transportation funding package (LA Times) (LA Business Journal) (SF Gate) It raises taxes! That will cost you money! (San Diego Union Tribune) Republicans are opposed: “costly, burdensome” […]

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Berkeley may soon add regular ferry service to S.F. and maybe Redwood City, Napa (Berkeleyside) Electric buses coming to Central Valley cities (PR Newswire) A call to action on climate change (Sacramento News & Review) Ontario, Quebec, and California hold joint climate change meeting in Marrakech (Ontario) How can we get truly responsive and inclusive […]

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More about ARB emission reduction plan (see Streetsblog coverage here) (SF Gate) Transportation research center consortium headed by UC Davis gets funding renewed (The Reporter) Bike SLO County gives bikes to those in need (The Times) How colleges are trying to get students out of cars (Press Enterprise) Redding City Council discusses downtown transportation changes: […]

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CA Transportation Special Session officially ends without results (LA Times) and giant construction industry head complains (Sacramento Business Journal) Should the U.S. spend $1 trillion on infrastructure? (The Transport Politic) Opening Stockton St to pedestrians every holiday makes some wonder if it could be permanently closed to cars (SFGate) Neighbors oppose highrise apartments proposed on […]