Today’s Headlines

  • NASA: July was warmest on record; “unmistakable” human impact on climate (Boston Globe)
  • Sacramento’s new parking regulations aren’t popular with people used to free unlimited parking (Capital Public Radio)
  • Senate releases cap-and-trade spending plan (Streetsblog) (LA Times)
    (Sacramento Bee)
  • Lawmaker drops proposal for higher targets for electric cars (KPCC)
  • Why doesn’t every city want Bus Rapid Transit? (City Metric)
  • Merced reaches tax-sharing agreement so UC campus can grow (Merced Sun Star)

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The science behind bicycle balance (CityLab) Oakland to put more cops on bikes (SF Chronicle) Bike commuting in Merced (Merced Sun-Star) Lawsuit filed against new six-lane “Mid County Parkway” in San Jacinto Valley (Center for Biological Diversity) In Oakland and San Francisco, the fight over affordable housing is stopping other projects (San Francisco Business Times) […]

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Hopes for Sacramento streetcar not dead yet (Sacramento Business Journal) Merced County to revise regional transportation funding formula (Merced Sun Star) Now open in Marin: Museum of Bicycling (Marin Independent Journal) Governor, legislature agree to separate cap-and-trade spending negotiations from regular budget process (LA Times) The role of cities in regulating ride share companies (Western […]

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So far, S.F. Supervisors are split on Bike Yield Law (Hoodline) Merced bike path future uncertain  (Merced Sun Star) Coliseum Transit Village could cost Oakland millions (SF Gate) Fresno city, school district agree on opening schoolyards for green space (Fresno Bee) Ten reasons why cars are on the decline (Pedal Fort Collins) The work’s not […]

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New bike pedestrian bridge links light rail, Sacramento City College (Sacramento Bee) Profile of retiring UC Davis bike planner David Tekemoto-Weerts (UC Davis) San Diego bus drivers strike (San Diego Union Tribune) Recap: Young black man arrested for riding his bike in Merced (TeenVogue) Community-led plans for Berkeley corridor take shape (Berkeleyside) Job growth continues […]

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Governor Brown steps in to ask the feds for Caltrain’s promised money: “Can we discuss this on the phone?” —and, incredibly, the LA Times once again conflates Caltrain and High Speed Rail Menlo Park plans to merge transportation, bicycle commissions (Mercury News) We keep building near freeways, despite evidence that it makes people sick (LA […]

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Photos: L.A.’s Sixth Street bridge is slowly being taken down (Eastsider LA) Cities hope Gold Line extension will bring growth (LA Times) Fix California’s transit funding (LA Daily News) Stanislaus County seeks transportation sales tax measure (Oakdale Leader) Sacramento hires fare checkers to discourage fare jumpers (Sacramento Bee) Transit = freedom (Cleveland.com) How parking requirements […]