Today’s Headlines

  • Bike-share to expand in Bay Area, link to Clipper transit card accounts, give discounts to low-income residents (Hoodline)
  • Highway 62 in Joshua Tree gets some bike lanes (KESQ)
  • Mayors must do more than tweet to fight for climate change (Systemic Failure)
  • The Central Valley isn’t nowhere and high speed rail isn’t “crazy” –it’s a job producer (Modesto Bee)
  • Your transportation choices and climate change (KPCC)
  • The best way to resist Trumpian agenda? Divest from fossil fuels. (The Guardian)
    • Oh. And stop driving so much (Curbed)
  • People are buying fewer cars, maybe (Washington Post)
  • So, all those freeway expansions that claim to be only for high occupancy vehicles? Forget it: Bill to allow everyone to use carpool lanes during “nonpeak” hours passes Assembly (Press Enterprise)
  • Trump’s backing out of Paris accord won’t shut down clean energy industry (SF Chronicle)
  • How the GOP came to view climate change as fake science (Alaska Daily News)
  • Home buyers want high Walk Scores (SF Chronicle)
  • Suburbia’s new face (Christian Science Monitor)
  • Communities fighting affordable housing are also making it hard for the people who pick our food (LA Times)

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Berkeley approves “visionary” bike plan (Berkeleyside) Study: Building bike lanes could slow climate change (Momentum Mag) Legalize the California roll (Human Streets) Caltrain electrification may move ahead (Green Caltrain, Clean Technica) Last ride for the West’s iconic trains? (High Country News) The U.S. government purposely set policies to segregate America (NPR) Private car ownership could […]

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Pedestrians don’t matter to Huntington Beach residents who see bridge as a nuisance (LA Times) Long Beach to get protected bike lanes, expanded sidewalks (LongBeachize) Orange County Republican assemblymember files ballot measure to repeal gas tax increase (Sacramento Bee, LA Times) Winter storm damage to roads: $1.4 billion so far (KQED) CA Republican reps say […]

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Governor Brown signs bills extending climate change targets (Capitol Radio)  (Sacramento Bee) Senator Fran Pavely’s legacy: Greenhouse gas warrior (Capitol Weekly) Telegraph Avenue in Berkeley is the perfect place for a woonerf (Berkeleyside) New Richmond Bridge lanes—for cars and bikes—are set to open in a year’s time (Marin Independent Journal) A “new generation” of bikeways […]