Today’s Headlines

  • San Luis Obispo is latest city to conduct pedestrian safety enforcement campaign (KSBY)
  • VTA releases draft EIR for BART extension to San Jose: it will cost a lot per trip (Systemic Failure)
  • Ferries are gaining popularity as a travel option (SF Chronicle)
  • Brown appoints two top aides to Public Utilities Commission (Sacramento Bee)
  • China tries bike-share to cut congestion, pollution (Guardian)

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San Jose’s Three Creeks Trail contract gets approved (Mercury News) Brentwood will get Mokelumne Trail pedestrian overpass (East Bay Times) In San Diego, a coastal bike ride commemorates a friend (San Diego Union-Tribune) Op-ed: California’s transportation budget must do more for public transit (Sacramento Bee) Trump’s budget hits transit hard (The Transport Politic) It could […]

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Long Beach gets its first Walk to School Day (Long Beach Post) San Diego’s Bus Rapid Transit system falls short (Voice of San Diego) State leaders unveil reworked transportation funding package (LA Times) (LA Business Journal) (SF Gate) It raises taxes! That will cost you money! (San Diego Union Tribune) Republicans are opposed: “costly, burdensome” […]

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CA Republicans attack high speed rail, begging feds to hold back $ for Caltrain electrification (LA Times) (SF Chronicle) Busy road through a San Francisco park becomes a pedestrian pathway (SF Gate)  (KTVU) San Francisco gives up raised bike lane idea after experimenting with it (CityLab) Marin working on a detailed plan for transportation sales […]

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Berkeley gets a protected intersection (Bike East Bay) San Diego gets bike valet service (San Diego Uptown News) Laguna Beach tells Caltrans: we need those pedestrian safety lights now (LA Times) Bike-share stations in Emeryville announced (E’ville Eye News) Uber to DMV: We don’t need no stinking permit (Mercury News)  (LA Times) Cities are cutting […]

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Using art, lighting, and data to make pedestrians safer: an art project in San Leandro (Boom California) Study finds ride-hail carpools could cut congestion—but even its author calls it “utopian” (Mercury News) SF responds to CPUC inaction on ride-hail regulations by scaling back taxi rules (SF Examiner) Sonoma County to get a bit more affordable […]

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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 […]