Today’s Headlines

  • San Jose’s Three Creeks Trail contract gets approved (Mercury News)
  • Brentwood will get Mokelumne Trail pedestrian overpass (East Bay Times)
  • In San Diego, a coastal bike ride commemorates a friend (San Diego Union-Tribune)
  • Op-ed: California’s transportation budget must do more for public transit (Sacramento Bee)
  • Trump’s budget hits transit hard (The Transport Politic)
    • It could derail Bay Area transit projects (KQED)
  • Trump’s plan to roll back fuel economy rules, explained (Vox)
    • Ontario, auto workers union oppose U.S. loosening of fuel standards (Times Colonist)
  • California looking to hire demoralized US EPA staff (Mother Jones)

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Sacramento’s narrow, unconnected bike lanes are a big problem for cycling (CBS Sacramento) San Diego Union-Tribune thinks bike commute mode share goal is “ludicrous” Riverside rediscovers 1890s-era cyclist Annie Londonderry (Press Enterprise) Can public transit survive ride share? (Fox and Hounds) Assemblyman Frazier reappointed to California Transportation Commission (The Reporter) California is hosting largest electric […]

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Four different train crashes in the Bay Area on Tuesday (InsideBayArea) A look at the new high density neighborhoods near SF’s Transbay Transit Center (Urban Land Institute) Transit-adjacent development isn’t Transit Oriented Development (Vibrant Bay Area) Should sprawling San Diego be eligible for cap-and-trade funds? (Next City) Reforming CEQA  (Itinerant Urbanist) Tesla introduces its new […]

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Bicyclists say Pleasanton needs to fix dangerous intersection (East Bay Times) Los Angeles embraces transit (New York Times) Bay Area’s Highway 80 gets “smart” (SFGate) Port of San Diego to get a few electric freight vehicles (NGT News) Suisun City gets updated downtown plan with transit-oriented development (Daily Republic) Op-ed: Affordable housing at an impasse […]