Today’s Headlines

  • San Diego County rescinds Climate Action Plan after court rules in favor of Sierra Club suit (UT San Diego)
  • But sprawl still being planned there (UT San Diego)
  • California Republican Senators introduce state constitutional amendment on transportation taxes (Sierra Sun Times)
  • Ontario, Canada, to join the California-Quebec cap-and-trade program (EDF)
  • Caltrans accused of business as usual in Niles Canyon project (Contra Costa Times)
  • UCLA grades LA County on environmental performance: C+ (UCLA)
  • Three California projects win APA Planning Excellence Awards in Lake Tahoe, San Diego, and Santa Monica (American Planning Association)
It’s not exactly news, but BART gets awfully crowded sometimes (SFGate)
  • Bicyclist struck by two cars; news report says he was “obeying traffic laws” and doesn’t mention helmets (ABC)

More California headlines at Streetsblog LA and Streetsblog SF.

2 thoughts on Today’s Headlines

  1. While seeing the California-Quebec cap and trade program (on the road to) growing is exciting, it’s always worth adding a bit of context:

    The population of California is greater than the population of Canada. The entire of Canada. By around 10%.

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