Today’s Headlines

  • Learning from California’s experience with clean energy (Mountain Town News)
  • The case for including transit in infrastructure plans (Progressive Railroading)
  • The future car is driverless, shared, and electric (but doesn’t have pedals???) (Davis Enterprise)
  • SF Fire Department safety concerns caused long delays for traffic calming projects  (SF Examiner)
  • New book describes history of fight to put BART underground through Berkeley (Berkeleyside)
  • West Sacramentans complain about paying for parking when there is so much of it (Sacramento Bee)
  • Using your camera to improve your city (Curbed)
  • Robots are already here (Forbes)
  • Who’s killing the electric car, again? (Treehugger)
  • Cities are buying electric vehicle fleets (Bloomberg)
  • VW settlement funds will benefit Sacramento’s sustainability (Car and Driver)
  • Birmingham, England: Undercover cops enforce their version of 3-foot rule (The Guardian)

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Fresno is getting a bunch of money to reshape itself, and wants local residents to weigh in on how to spend it (Fresno Bee) That’s no “boom”: L.A. is still adding housing at a snail’s pace (Abundant Housing LA) Math busts myths about transportation planning: we’re doing it all wrong (Metro News) USDOT: What we […]

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Fresno still thinks making its downtown pedestrian mall “car friendly” will help it, somehow (Fresno Bee) A push for free youth bus passes in the East Bay (East Bay Express) In Oakland, Coliseum City developer wants public money (San Francisco Business Journal) CA’s first wireless electric trolley under construction in Monterey (Monterey County Weekly) Play […]