Today’s Headlines

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Study: Drivers less likely to yield to black pedestrians (Insurance Journal) Bike lanes in Redlands gets some state love—er, money (Redlands Daily Facts) Bike-share a success in Santa Monica; why not in Salinas? (The Californian) Pasadena seeks public input on transit plan (Pasadena Now) Riverside Transit Agency celebrates 40 years of service (Patch) AC Transit […]

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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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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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LA Times bad-mouths the High Speed Rail Authority for defending itself against Republican congressmembers who lied about Caltrain and zeroes in on a passing comment on cap-and-trade’s effect on gas prices (not as big as seasonal volatility in the industry itself) (L.A. Times) Cap-and-trade provides $1.4 billion for projects (Climate Wire)  Also see Streetsblog coverage […]

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BART podcast: How we prepare for emergencies (BART) Now BART will try a courtesy campaign to get people to stop hogging seats (SF Gate) Even Healdsburg is getting bike-share (Press Democrat) LA mayor launches electric car-share system in disadvantaged communities (Business Wire) A serious disconnect: After screaming for the state to “fix the roads,” taxpayers […]

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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 […]