Today’s Headlines

  • SF Bay Area transit is fragmented, and that’s not good (Global Transit)
  • Fed transportation secretary Foxx speaks out about the legacy of highway expansion through poor neighborhoods (Washington Post)
  • A look at Greyhound’s new Fresno station (Stop and Move)
  • The future of autonomous vehicles may not be what you’re expecting (Strong Towns)
  • Seventeen states sue oil companies for lying about climate change (Nonprofit Quarterly)

More California headlines at Streetsblog LA and Streetsblog SF


Caltrans Goals: Triple Biking, Double Walking and Transit by 2020

Caltrans released its new Strategic Management Plan [PDF], and it includes priorities and performance targets that show the department is serious about reforming itself. The new plan includes active transportation and Vision Zero, within its priority number one, “Safety and Health.” It also cites a goal of tripling bicycle mode share and doubling walking and […]