Today’s Headlines

  • How walkable is LA? (Curbed)
  • Help us find the right word for a street everyone can use (People for Bikes)
  • To increase bicycling, don’t follow Australia’s example (Bicycle Network)
  • Rogue bike share could do more harm than good (CityLab)
  • Still fighting over that 710 freeway tunnel (San Gabriel Valley Tribune)
  • LOL: Innovative tech company accidentally invents a bus (PedestrianNY Magazine)
    • But it’s not really funny—those Lyft shuttles are undermining public transit for everyone else (Slate)
  • CA pushes to expand clean energy policies (Silicon Beat)
    • and many of those green energy jobs are going to LA County (Daily News)
  • Berkeley is fighting over zucchini plants instead of adding housing (Slate)

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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 […]

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San Francisco’s annual bike count: bike trips way up over last year (SF Examiner)  (Hoodline) BART says it will fine “seat hogs” and “manspreaders” (SFGate) Someday, maybe as soon as 2018, San Francisco ferries will serve Richmond, Treasure Island (SFGate) A critique of public engagement practices (Planetizen) Upcoming Bay Area workshops on Active Transportation Program […]