Today’s Headlines

  • The ripple effect of California’s cap and trade (Ecosystem Marketplace)
  • To cut driving, develop more densely in downtowns (CP&DR)
  • At noon today, watch Bay Bridge dismantling live on YouTube—slow, but live
  • Coachella may get $24.3 million for bike path—reporter asks locals: would you even use this thing? (Desert Sun)
  • Questions arise about safety precautions: site of fatal bus crash was a work zone (ABC News)
  • Does it even make sense to compare rail in L.A. with rail in S.F.? (Ethan Elkind)
  • Cycling can save lives, says the newspaper that slams bikeways (BikeBiz)
  • Empty lots have lots of potential (Berkeley News)
  • Book review: Rad women who shaped cities (CityLab)
  • Some of the best Halloween transportation costumes of 2016—scary sharrows! (Streetfilms)

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New bike pedestrian bridge links light rail, Sacramento City College (Sacramento Bee) Profile of retiring UC Davis bike planner David Tekemoto-Weerts (UC Davis) San Diego bus drivers strike (San Diego Union Tribune) Recap: Young black man arrested for riding his bike in Merced (TeenVogue) Community-led plans for Berkeley corridor take shape (Berkeleyside) Job growth continues […]

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Cap and trade has cut pollution, so why the complaints? (LA Times) Legislature reconvenes Monday (Sacramento Bee) Full trains, empty parking for L.A.’s New Light Rail (LA Weekly) Columnist rips subsidies for bike-share (OC Register) Jerry Brown’s vision for sustainable freight could spark a zero-emissions future (Press Telegram) Will Assembly Bill 1899 accidentally break-up CAHSR? […]

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Governor Brown and 16 other state governors agree on clean energy, transportation goals (San Jose Mercury News) More about trains vs. water (See Streetsblog coverage here): California conservatives are still idiots (Mother Jones) Caltrans seeks public input on statewide rail plan (Los Cerritos News) Kings County lawsuit says high speed rail won’t meet its obligations […]