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Oil companies are pouring money into campaigns of black and Latino Democrats in CA (CalMatters) Assembly passes bill to bring more cap-and-trade funds to disadvantaged communities (Greenlining Institute) Other ideas for protecting Google’s cars from pedestrians (City Observatory) In London, a scheme for free bike use (BikeBiz) But at Stanford, only a scheme for free […]

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It’s quiet out there just before the holiday. Streetsblog California wishes you a happy new year and leaves you with bikey eye candy: The ten best new bike lanes of 2015 (People for Bikes) L.A. bicycling’s year in pictures (CiclaValley) The historic link between cities, transportation, and innovation (CityLab) Just who is the villain making […]

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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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Santa Clara ponders its next transportation sales tax ballot measure (San Jose Mercury News) Bike lane on Richmond-San Rafael Bridge might really happen (Contra Costa Times) Obstacles to LA streetcar: funding, travel time? (LA Times) How California is remaking its transportation system for people and the environment: podcast (NRDC) West Sacramento project wins AHSC grant […]

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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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California transportation funding fix still elusive (San Diego Union-Tribune) The state needs to figure out how to find, spend transportation $ (Modesto Bee) One programmer is transforming transit planning (Curbed) Relationships between sprawl, segregation, and mobility (City Observatory) How easing restrictions on “accessory dwelling units” can create affordable housing (CityLab) Report: California is developing all […]