Today’s Headlines

  • Keeping track of close calls that don’t cause crashes (VeloNews)
  • The critical role of down-ballot races in state transportation funding (Planetizen)
  • Fairness and justice in bicycle planning (Momentum)
  • Listen: Ethan Elkind interviews the head of high speed rail (KALW)
  • Fresno can be a model for climate change projects (Capitol Weekly)
  • New York considers letting bike riders follow pedestrian signals—which they’re already doing anyway (Village Voice)
  • Electric buses and trucks can help the environment and poor communities (Alternet)
  • Technology is not the vision: What do we want our future transportation system to be? (TheSource)
  • There’s no housing crisis in American if you are a car (TreeHugger)

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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 […]

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Oakdale gets a pedestrian crosswalk beacon (Modesto Bee) And drivers complain (KCRA) That Sacramento “jaywalker” was not jaywalking (Sacramento Bee) Redwood city seeks feedback on transportation issues (Patch) Cities need to stop ignoring bike theft (LA Times) Cupertino, Sunnyvale high schools to get bicycle repair stations (Mercury News) Transportation bill’s benefit for trucking industry may […]

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Transportation funding bill: What’s in it? (Streetsblog) It would overhaul fuel taxes (Landline Magazine) Is there another source of money for transportation? (Capital Public Radio) Vote yes (SF Chronicle) (Mercury News) California’s air quality is more important than rushing this bill through (LA Times) No, no, no, we want someone else to pay for transportation […]

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California’s special legislative session on transportation will not reach a deal this week (Sacramento Bee) (LA Times) Gas reduction goal removed from S.B. 350 (plus see Streetsblog coverage) (San Jose Mercury News) (TransForm) Berkeley publishes online bike parking map (Contra Costa Times) LA Metro fast-tracks two rail projects so they can be completed before Olympics […]

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San Francisco’s annual bike count: bike trips way up over last year (SF Examiner)  (Hoodline) BART says it will fine “seat hogs” and “manspreaders” (SFGate) Someday, maybe as soon as 2018, San Francisco ferries will serve Richmond, Treasure Island (SFGate) A critique of public engagement practices (Planetizen) Upcoming Bay Area workshops on Active Transportation Program […]

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Cities are finally realizing they don’t need so much damn parking (Grist) Climate policies are good for business (Sacramento Bee) California is first with a plan to meet federal clean power requirements (E&E) The best thing you can do for the environment: Drive less (Mobility Lab) Eye candy: Map of future rail and BRT in […]