Today’s Headlines

  • L.A.’s traffic battle plan: Rail, ride-hail, bicycles, cars, dense development (LA Times)
  • Anti-transit lawyer tries to claim Warriors’ Draymond Green broke the law with an ad that encourages people to ride BART (SF Chronicle)
  • CA’s climate change policies created 500,000 jobs (Triple Pundit)
  • Where are the climate activists on transportation? (Negwegon Communications)
  • Study tells us what many people already know: Uber, Lyft drivers are racist, sexist (The Atlantic)
  • Maybe not “shorter commutes”—but local tax initiatives could bring more transportation options (NY Times)
  • “Fancy women on bikes” show up to defy intimidation on streets of Turkey (NY Times)

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San Francisco gets to keep its guerrilla bike lane protection (CityLab) A banner year for California climate change laws (Union of Concerned Scientists) NY Times weighs in on L.A.’s quest to cut fossil fuels L.A. is a “living lab” on fighting climate change (USC News) S.F. set to receive federal congestion management funds for carpools, […]

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