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SF Bay Area transit is fragmented, and that’s not good (Global Transit) Fed transportation secretary Foxx speaks out about the legacy of highway expansion through poor neighborhoods (Washington Post) A look at Greyhound’s new Fresno station (Stop and Move) The future of autonomous vehicles may not be what you’re expecting (Strong Towns) Seventeen states sue […]

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Advocates: Proposed bus service cuts to schools will harm people (East Bay Times) Family crusades against speeding where their young daughter died (Mercury News) Human bodies protect a bike lane (Bicycling) LA Times says CA should try letting bikes yield at stop signs, but bill is on hold (Sacramento Bee, SF Examiner) CA should be […]

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Bike-share standardizes its data (Mobility Lab) Fullerton passes simplified zoning plan to help small-scale infill (Daily Titan) Fresno’s vision of downtown as technology, job center includes light rail (Fresno Bee) Cost of electrifying Caltrain grows to $2 billion (San Mateo Daily Journal) Union Pacific to invest $120+ million in CA rail infrastructure (UnionPacific) The danger […]

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Illegal for women to ride bikes in Iran? Women bicyclists defy law (ABC News) (Mashable) Fresno needs more state investment (Fresno Bee) Founder of Transportation 4 America tapped to lead SACOG (Sacramento Bee) Cap and trade hurts the poor (Sacramento Bee) Does cap-and-trade serve climate goals? (Sacramento Bee) London is way ahead of us: It’s […]

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Rancho Mirage mayor wants to kill bike/pedestrian path across the Coachella Valley (The Desert Sun) San Francisco city leaders tour completed Central Subway tunnel (SF Chronicle) California Classic bike ride takes over the freeway in Fresno; with video (Fresno Bee) Plan Bay Area open house in Novato: civility rules (Marin Independent Journal) More on Bike […]

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Connections among transportation, freight, and environmental justice in the Inland Empire (Safe Routes to School) Civil engineers need to learn other languages, or at least do some traveling (Systemic Failure) Video: Caltrans figures out how to dig Highway 1 out from under the mud A history of zoning (Strong Towns) Climate policy benefits vastly exceed […]