Today’s Headlines

  • Yet another way walking can reward you: with something to smile about (TreeHugger)
  • Cyclists and stop signs (Bicycle Retailer)
  • Equity and bike-share (KQED)
  • SF Market Street to ban private cars—one day (SF Gate)
  • 80 years of false claims that freeways would solve congestion, mapped (CNU)
  • Equity and Bus Rapid Transit (TheCityFix)
  • The top 100 highest-spending lobbyists in California (Sacramento Bee)
  • To solve affordable housing, some local control has got to go (LA Times)
  • Many UC Berkeley students can barely afford housing (Berkeleyside)
  • The roots of gentrification, mapped (Next City)
  • James Rojas: Planning should focus on place, not movement (Curating LA)

More California headlines at Streetsblog LA and Streetsblog SF

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