Today’s Headlines

  • California Transportation Commission allocates $224 million to projects statewide, including:
    • Seaside: Broadway Ave road diet (Monterey Herald)
    • Highway 17 wildlife crossing in Santa Cruz County (IndyBay)
    • Central Coast projects (EdHat)
  • Oakland Bay Bridge bike path opens to island (SF Gate)
  • Redwood City to talk affordable housing, transportation (Patch)
  • In Fresno this year, Fourteen people have been killed by car drivers while walking (Your Central Valley)
  • For many California cities, a safe route to school just means a sidewalk (The Californian)
  • How SANDAG undermines transit, environmental, and social goals (San Diego UrbDeZine)
  • Why so many local transportation sales tax measures? (San Gabriel Valley Tribune)
  • Mobility 21 Summit: Seems to be all about traffic congestion (Business Wire)
  • An interview with Caltrans Director Malcolm Dougherty (ITS International)
  • South Coast AQMD looks hard at cap and trade (Press Enterprise)

More California headlines at Streetsblog LA and Streetsblog SF

1 thought on Today’s Headlines

  1. infuriating how that Fresno news report blames pedestrians. Even the father of the man killed blames his son. Really?!

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