Today’s Headlines

  • Ridership on Metrolink’s southern extension is growing (Press-Enterprise)
  • Parking lot operators use CEQA to slow LAX improvements (LA Times)
  • Berkeley tries to solve a complicated intersection with a double roundabout and a distant bike-ped bridge (Berkeleyside)
  • CTC allocates $593 million for road, transit projects (SCVNews)
  • As U.S. fantasizes, the rest of the world builds high-speed rail (The Transport Politic)
  • Time to make Uber a cooperative (Salon)
  • Seattle considers a bike license fee, but should learn from the past (Seattle Times)
  • How Barcelona is reducing car trips (Cities Today)
  • Elon Musk’s tunnel is sounding more like transit (Curbed)


More California headlines at Streetsblog LA and Streetsblog SF


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