Skip to Content
Streetsblog California home
Log In
Today's Headlines

Today’s Headlines

8:47 AM PST on January 3, 2017

    • Cyclelicious mapped out all reported bicycle and pedestrian incidents in California in 2016
    • Sacramento commuter chronicles: Not everyone drives alone to work (Sacramento Magazine)
    • What Sacramento could learn from Stockholm (Comstock Magazine)
    • Offsets from cap-and-trade drive innovation, efficiency; beneficiaries are worried (CalMatters)
    • How Long Beach got pedestrians involved in their own Master Plan (NextCity)
    • SMART ain't so smart (Systemic Failure)
    • California lawmakers to take on housing, transportation (San Mateo Daily Journal)
    • Precautionary tale: 23-lane highway, touted as a way to reduce travel times, did no such thing (City Observatory)
    • Curbed compendium of the best writing on cities of 2016
    • Five ways transit could change in 2017 (Remix)
    • Exit interview with outgoing US Secretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx (CityLab)
    • Villaraigosa: How to fix transportation (US News &World Report)
    • An idea from the U.K. on how to fund public transit (Fast)

More California headlines at Streetsblog LA and Streetsblog SF

Stay in touch

Sign up for our free newsletter

More from Streetsblog California

Oakland Promises Protected Bike Lanes on Lakeshore

City has committed to building protected bike lanes on the east side of Lake Merritt

October 2, 2023

Why Connecticut Is Investing in New Regional Rail

Gov. Ned Lamont will spend $315 million investment on new rail cars — but they're not going anywhere near Grand Central.

October 2, 2023

Monday’s Headlines

Update on the status of the bike path on the RSR bridge; Santa Cruz transit about to get a lot better; Headstone could delay Metro expansion; Free transit on Clean Air Day (this Wednesday); More

October 2, 2023

Caltrans Readies Guidance for Complete Streets, with a Giant Exemption

Somewhere along the way, highway interchanges - roads crossing and going under and over freeways and highways - were exempted from the guidelines

September 29, 2023

Guest Opinion: Ten Years In, CA Active Transportation Program Lays Bare a Tale of Two Agencies

L.A. County needs to embrace physically-protected bikeways, robust traffic calming around schools, and similarly transformative, safety-focused projects

September 29, 2023
See all posts