Today’s Headlines

  • Bike-share to expand in Bay Area, link to Clipper transit card accounts, give discounts to low-income residents (Hoodline)
  • Highway 62 in Joshua Tree gets some bike lanes (KESQ)
  • Mayors must do more than tweet to fight for climate change (Systemic Failure)
  • The Central Valley isn’t nowhere and high speed rail isn’t “crazy” –it’s a job producer (Modesto Bee)
  • Your transportation choices and climate change (KPCC)
  • The best way to resist Trumpian agenda? Divest from fossil fuels. (The Guardian)
    • Oh. And stop driving so much (Curbed)
  • People are buying fewer cars, maybe (Washington Post)
  • So, all those freeway expansions that claim to be only for high occupancy vehicles? Forget it: Bill to allow everyone to use carpool lanes during “nonpeak” hours passes Assembly (Press Enterprise)
  • Trump’s backing out of Paris accord won’t shut down clean energy industry (SF Chronicle)
  • How the GOP came to view climate change as fake science (Alaska Daily News)
  • Home buyers want high Walk Scores (SF Chronicle)
  • Suburbia’s new face (Christian Science Monitor)
  • Communities fighting affordable housing are also making it hard for the people who pick our food (LA Times)

More California headlines at Streetsblog LA and Streetsblog SF