Today’s Headlines

  • Some inspirational reading: Why L.A. residents don’t drive (LAist)
  • Stockton to get its first green buffered bike lanes next year (Stockton City Limits)
  • Newport beach focuses back-to-school safety measures on bicyclist and pedestrian behavior—wait, what about car drivers? (LA Times)
  • State transportation funding agreement is haunted by gas tax swap (San Diego Union-Tribune)
  • Capitol roundup: last day of legislative session (Capital Public Radio)
  • Op-Ed: California continues leadership in environmental protection (East Bay Times)

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The numbers are in: San Francisco’s red transit-only lanes made Mission street safer for everyone (Curbed) Stockton votes to limit sprawl (Stockton City Limits) Sacramento eagerly awaits bike-share (Sacramento Bee) Court upholds California’s cap-and-trade system (Inside Climate News, Scientific American) And the transportation bill passes (LA Times, Sacramento Business Journal) The deals that helped it […]

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No, distracted walking is not causing the dramatic increase in pedestrian deaths (Treehugger) Coverage of CA transportation funding package (Streetsblog) (Santa Cruz Sentinel) (San Francisco Chronicle) Lots of editorial support urging legislature to pass it (San Luis Obispo Tribune) (East Bay Times) (Mercury News) But Republicans still call paying for roads “looting taxpayers” (LA Times) […]

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UC Irvine to be first to replace all campus shuttles with zero emission vehicles (Inside EVs) The self-driving car’s bicycle problem (IEEE Spectrum) Here’s a bike made of recycled paper (Metro) Drive-throughs in downtown: Stockton debates urban design (Stockton City Limits) San Francisco continues efforts to reduce car trips from new development (Examiner) Report: There’s […]

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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 […]

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Marin County to buy two electric buses (Marin Independent Journal) Belmont approves bike/pedestrian plan (San Mateo Daily Journal) In Kern County—and elsewhere—police are planning pedestrian enforcement actions (Kern Golden Empire) BART’s Oakland Airport Connector is losing money—some blame Uber and its ilk (East Bay Times) (Travel Skills) Latest Plan Bay Area shows new planning tools […]

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Muni about to launch new E line streetcar along waterfront (SF Examiner) Stockton will get a bike plan (RecordNet) MTC invests $10 million in affordable TOD (Greenbelt Alliance) Long Beach sues Caltrans, OCTA over 405 freeway widening EIR (Long Beach Press-Telegram) Shocker: Road widening invites speeding (Napa Valley Register) An analysis of parking and affordable […]