Today’s Headlines

  • What does Governor Brown’s proposed housing bill mean for affordability? (Better Institutions)
  • UC Berkeley report says building more affordable housing is the best way to fight gentrification (East Bay Express)
  • San Jose: Bike lanes proposed for Moorpark, Winchester (Cyclicious)
  • Equal transportation news in Salinas (The Californian)
  • Walking school buses and bicycle trains cut school traffic in Gilroy (Gilroy Dispatch)
  • Targeted transportation funding in Fairfield train station area includes road widening (Daily Republic)
  • All the newest bike-share programs around the world (The Malay Mail)
  • Threats to car industry are creating new opportunities (Vox)
  • 67-mile urban hiking trail opens in LA (Gizmodo)

 

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