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Menlo Park considers three bike safety plans (San Jose Mercury News) Over $1 million in cap-and-trade funds remain unspent (LA Times) Two appointments made to CA high-speed rail board (Fresno Bee) High-speed rail may take longer, but cost less, says chief (LA Times) What good is a sharrow? (Fast CoExist) Crunching data from New York […]

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CARB extends Low Carbon Fuel Standard to cut emissions (LA Daily News)  (NRDC)  (Trucking Info) Redding downtown transportation plan includes road diets, parklets, green lanes, and opening a car-free mall to vehicles (Redding Record Searchlight) SF mayor promises to veto any law allowing bikes to treat stop signs as yields (SF Gate) More about bikelash–“paint […]

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Cities “outperform” suburbs in terms of housing value (Fitch) ….and in San Francisco, that means more gentrification and displacement (UPI) The problem with regional governance: Sacramento’s regional plan did little to convince local cities not to develop on their fringes (Phys.Org) Uber begins testing transit-style discounted routes (Tech Crunch) All kinds of reasons why New […]

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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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Funding for next phase of transit center blocked amid concerns about sinking tower (SF Examiner) Support transportation sales tax Measure B, says the Sacramento Bee Cap-and-trade program allows rich companies to pollute more (Sacramento News&Review) Comparing S.F. and L.A.’s different strategies to spur civic innovation (Fast Coexist) How do we change the car vs. bikes […]

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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 […]