Today’s Headlines

  • 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 housing (Press Democrat)
  • California’s housing affordability problems have never been worse, according to HCD (LA Times)

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Caltrans releases Long-Range Transportation Plan 2040 (Aviation Pros) How oversight of ride-hail companies would shift with PUC changes (San Francisco Business Journal) Uber, Lyft leave fingerprints on Sacramento bills (SF Chronicle) CA Assembly passes bill to expand DUI ignition lock program (Imperial Valley News) Oakland City Council votes to block coal shipping through its port […]

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The “mystery” behind gas prices in California—Hint: it’s not just what we pay for cleaner air (SF Chronicle) Oil industry lobbyist authored Assemblymember’s demand for audit of climate change program (LA Times) Meanwhile there are real-life repercussions now for delay in cap-and-trade funding decisions (LA Times) Long Beach is one of six cities to join […]

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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 […]

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Fresno to hold a day of bike rides, bike repairs (Fresno Bee) Meet the all-women bike crew running gentrifiers out of town (Good) Blame zoning for San Francisco’s housing crisis (CityLab) Metro’s vision for bike and pedestrian spending needs aligning with reality (Investing in Place) Twitter feed: BART responds to anger at delays (Twitter) Fresno […]

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CPUC says SF Muni can go ahead with plan to “double-berth” trains—could happen as early as May (SF Examiner) Richard Florida talks about disparate land values in the US (CityLab) Housing shortages—caused by slow-growth policies—make cities inequitable (Pacific Standard) Oh great: L.A. is represented in the Guardian’s series on historical buildings by a freeway interchange […]

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Hooray, it’s Bike Month! San Diego divided over transportation sales tax measure (LA Times) Environmentalists and Republicans aligned against it, for different reasons (San Diego Union-Tribune) Metro’s sexual harassment awareness video lacks something (Curbed LA) Hunger strikers in San Francisco continue to protest police brutality, housing and dispacement (Hoodline) People drive more if more parking […]