Today’s Headlines

  • California climate change efforts are far from over, and cap-and-trade is not resolved (San Gabriel Valley Tribune)
  • Berkeley’s draft bicycle plan is good, but not good enough (Berkeleyside)
  • Do traffic dangers and pollution outweigh exercise benefits of bicycling? (Spoiler alert: No) (CityLab)
  • Why walking helps us think (New Yorker)
  • We’re thinking about sustainability in way too narrow a sense (Metropolis)
  • Maybe cities are just too complicated (CityLab)

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Coverage of Bike to Work Day in Solano County (Daily Republic) and in San Francisco (SFBC) More coverage of Governor’s proposed budget, transportation (San Mateo Daily Journal) (See Streetsblog coverage too) Opinion: Ventura County ought to pass a transportation sales tax, like everyone else (VC Star) LA Times worries that limited parking will constrict usefulness […]

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El Cerrito holds open house on Active Transportation Plan tomorrow (Patch) One-woman mission to end double parking in bike lanes (SF Bicycle Coalition) Among Republican proposals to fund transportation: use cap-and-trade money, restricted to reducing greenhouse gases, for roads (UT San Diego) More on CA special legislative sessions on transportation funding (Washington Times) Many small […]

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Fresno to hold a day of bike rides, bike repairs (Fresno Bee) Meet the all-women bike crew running gentrifiers out of town (Good) Blame zoning for San Francisco’s housing crisis (CityLab) Metro’s vision for bike and pedestrian spending needs aligning with reality (Investing in Place) Twitter feed: BART responds to anger at delays (Twitter) Fresno […]

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It turns out tech shuttles are not to blame for S.F. housing crisis (CityLab) Oakland favors bank over bike riders (East Bay Express) San Francisco debates “Idaho stop” law for bikes (CityLab) Less privileged bicyclists are at greater risk (The Californian) Paris cut smog in half on its day without cars (CityLab) More California headlines […]

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Today: AARP call to support L.A. Mobility Plan (AARP) California’s Low Carbon Fuel Standard is a crucial tool for fighting climate change (Capitol Weekly) An old idea in new wrapping: SPUR proposes another San Francisco Bay rail crossing (SPUR) Protestors speak up for bike lanes in South L.A. (My News LA) Obama budget would shift […]

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Stanislaus County approves transportation sales tax measure (Mass Transit) San Jose’s Lincoln Avenue pilot road diet slowed traffic, improved safety, will be made permanent (Mercury News) Bay Area’s draft transportation priority plan released for public comment (Mass Transit) VW settlement means some money for California zero emission vehicle programs (Sacramento Bee) Neither Sidewalk Labs nor […]