Today’s Headlines

  • Bay Area Bike Share to offer low-cost bike-share for low-income members (SFBC)
  • So much for that: SFMTA removes guerrilla safety markers (Hoodline)
  • NRDC endorses L.A.’s Measure M for sustainable transportation
  • This cyclist uses his noodle to show drivers what “safe passing distance” means (The Star)
  • Oh oops: Inland Empire Assemblymember Cheryl Brown named one of League of Conservation Voters‘ “Dirty Dozen” (LA Times)
  • USDOT chief Foxx checks out California’s high speed rail (Fresno Bee)
  • The  benefits of providing good bike parking (Pedal Fort Collins)
  • Where does sharing fit into the so-called “sharing” economy? (Mobility Lab)
  • Call me an outlaw if you must: the laws don’t work for bicyclists, pedestrians (MetroNews)
  • NACTO releases Global Street Design Guide (NextCity)

More California headlines at Streetsblog LA and Streetsblog SF