Today’s Headlines

  • Turlock approves Active Transportation Plan (Turlock Journal)
  • San Diego’s Climate Action Plan conflicts with the region’s long-range transportation plan (Voice of San Diego)
  • LA Times columnist doesn’t understand that bicycle riders already help fund roads (LA Times)
  • Coronado residents complain about paint: painting bike lanes “like tattooing my daughters” (KPBS)
  • Audit shows that bus-only lanes won’t have dire affect on traffic in Santa Clara (San Jose Mercury News)
  • California’s strict emissions standards have reduced cancer risk by 76% (LA Times)
  • Profile of Assembly Speaker-elect Anthony Rendon (Vida en la Valle)
  • Frank Gehry not welcome on Los Angeles river restoration project (NY Times)
  • All sorts of things—reptiles—ride the SF buses (CityLab)
  • The health benefits of cycling outweigh the risks by far (NY Times)
  • Video: Contra Costa wants your input on its long range transportation plan (You Tube)

More California headlines at Streetsblog LA and Streetsblog SF

4 thoughts on Today’s Headlines

  1. Citizens of Coronado pull out all the stops with their crazy arguments against bike lane markings on city streets:

    It’s unfortunate that the city has broad immunity with regards to injuries that occur on their streets due to these bad design decisions. If those same citizens knew that their taxes would go up to cover those liabilities, I’m fairly certain that they wouldn’t be able to act out their prejudices in public like they are currently.

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