Today’s Headlines

  • Cap and trade has cut pollution, so why the complaints? (LA Times)
  • Legislature reconvenes Monday (Sacramento Bee)
  • Full trains, empty parking for L.A.’s New Light Rail (LA Weekly)
  • Columnist rips subsidies for bike-share (OC Register)
  • Jerry Brown’s vision for sustainable freight could spark a zero-emissions future (Press Telegram)
  • Will Assembly Bill 1899 accidentally break-up CAHSR? (CAHSR Blog)
  • Anti-Bike Homeowners waste a lot of energy arguing about “Give Me 3” sign (Biking in L.A.)
  • CA releases Sustainable Freight Plan (Imperial Valley News)
  • Jury holds Caltrans largely responsible for pedestrian fatality (Almanac News)

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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 proposes new housing development fee to expand transit (SF Gate) L.A. Metro Head, local press, want your input on transit plans (Daily News) How’s Long Beach’s progressive young mayor doing one year in? (LongBeachize) CAHSR executive suspected of shady land deals…at least on True Detective (CAHSR Blog) Santa Barbara discovers bikes are good […]

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Pulitzer Winner Steve Hymon Builds on Monday’s Post on CAHSR (The Source) A Look at a Stack of Anti-Growth Ballot Initiatives Across CA (Voice of SD) Santa Barbara Passes Bike Master Plan (NoozHawk) LADOT Plans for Protected Bikeway in Temescal Canyon (Biking in LA) Advocates Push for CEQA Exemption for Bikeway in SD (BikeSD) Long […]

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Advocates hope Oakland’s new Department of Transportation will transform the city’s streets (East Bay Times) If L.A. wants people to ride bikes, it should make the roads safe for them (LA Times) All the arguments about helmets (Sacramento Bee) Campaign for student bus passes revs up (The Californian) BART tests new seating configurations (Systemic Failure) […]

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No, the Rolling Stop Law Is Poorly Written and Dangerous (National Law Review) Despite “Give Me 3”, Insurance Won’t Pay Unless There’s a Collision (Plaintiff Magazine) Both Headlines Via Biking in L.A., Check Them Out for Daily Bike News Plan for Car-Free Balboa Park Plaza in San Diego Moves Forward (KPBS) Ballot Arguments Filed on […]