Today’s Headlines

  • More about ARB emission reduction plan (see Streetsblog coverage here) (SF Gate)
  • Transportation research center consortium headed by UC Davis gets funding renewed (The Reporter)
  • Bike SLO County gives bikes to those in need (The Times)
  • How colleges are trying to get students out of cars (Press Enterprise)
  • Redding City Council discusses downtown transportation changes: opening pedestrian mall to traffic, road diets (Record Searchlight)
  • Four major cities plan to ban diesel vehicles by 2025 (BBC)
  • Google’s Earth Timelapse shows sprawl, shrinking glaciers (Inhabitat)

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How bike-share is improving city life (Huffington Post) SF Supervisors to discuss bike-yield law next week (Hoodline)  (SFBC) Video: Everyone else’s transportation produces most of California’s greenhouse gas emissions (KSBW) Congress finally passes a transportation bill (LA Times)(Washington Post) Super Bowl committee doesn’t plan to pay Muni to reroute buses for its parade (Examiner) More […]

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Santa Monica’s bike share is ready for the Expo line opening (Global Green) Berkeley develops “Resiliency Strategy” (Berkeleyside) Study looks at why bike share is so much safer than “regular biking” (Vox) People who live in walkable neighborhoods get more exercise (Science Codex) Two reports find that California’s climate change policies will save residents money […]

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Mainstream media gets wind of proposed “California roll” law (LA Times)  (KTVU)  (SF Gate) and adds a clickbait headline (Daily Mail) Rural California city concludes it has “no unmet transit needs” because unmet transit needs are unreasonable (Gridley Herald) Proposed S.F. ordinance aims to fight bike chop shops (Hoodline) Surprise! Central Valley Republicans don’t believe […]

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San Francisco’s first Sunday Streets of 2016 happening this weekend in the Mission (Hoodline) SMART train gets green light for bike ped path (Marin Independent Journal) How SANDAG worked the media on its transportation plan (KPBS) A sign that “routine accommodation” isn’t happening (Systemic Failure) LA Times explains CEQA, LOS, and bike lanes A successful […]

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Riding a bike on familiar roads without cars is so great (SGV Tribune) Sometimes pedestrians get a head start (Sacramento Bee) California Transportation Commission allocates money for bike, pedestrian projects (Streetsblog) (CBS) SoCal gets some of that (SGV Tribune) Inland Empire gets some too (Highland News) and San Diego gets money for highway repairs (Times […]

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A look at Caltrans’ statewide and District 4 bike plans (Bay Area Monitor) Video: Caltrans knocks down the broken Pfeiffer Canyon Bridge What San Mateo could get from the state transportation bill (SM Daily Journal) Goodwill in SF Bay Area will use electric trucks for deliveries (NGTnews) Judge denies suit against Lafayette for not building […]