Today’s Headlines

  • Advice for Oakland’s new DOT (Next City)
  • Uber’s new website showing its traffic data “falls short of a commitment to transparency” (Washington Post)
  • New state senator wants solar mandate (Courthouse News)
  • Remember this: Oil companies push for a “well-designed” cap-and-trade program—but no other controls (Yahoo)
  • New state rules make it easier to build in-law units in L.A. (Curbed)
  • Game builders seek advice from transit planner Jarret Walker (Waypoint)
  • Transportation Secretary appointee wants to use private financing for public infrastructure (Washington Post)
  • Appointees to federal Transportation and Infrastructure Committee include California Reps Mark DeSaulnier (East County Today)  and Alan Lowenthal (Orange County Breeze)
  • The reason your city has no money (Strong Towns)

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State Assembly okays extension of greenhouse gas reduction targets (Streetsblog)  (Mercury News) (Union Democrat) …with more than a dozen members changing their minds to vote yes (LA Times) Latest cap-and-trade auction is disappointing (Streetsblog) (LA Times)  (Capital Public Radio) Climate change is a working class issue (Ventura County Star) OCTA considers distance-based fare structure to […]

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Governor Brown proposes major overhaul of state Public Utilities Commission (LA Times)  (SF Chronicle) which would shift oversight of Uber, Lyft etc to California State Transportation Agency (SF Gate) Facebook expansion in Santa Clara has people nervous about traffic and housing (Mercury News) Anaheim streetcar hits a bump (Orange County Register) San Diego transportation sales […]

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SCAG announces its list of regional active transportation projects (Long Beach Post) with Orange County in the mix (OC Register) and San Bernardino too (Inland Empire) Coachella Valley considers its own funding for bike and pedestrian infrastructure (Desert Sun) Mountain bikers say they are angry at slow pace of trail creation in Marin (Marin Independent […]

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Santa Cruz will hold annual Light Up the Night bike ride this Saturday (Santa Cruz Sentinel) In Davis on Thursday: A forum to learn about cap-and-trade (Davis Enterprise) Yes, Californians will need to pay for better transportation (Sacramento Bee) Bakersfield Congressional rep McCarthy flouts his clout, exposes Chao as a “tool,” stomps on Bay Area […]