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    • Asm. Transportation Committee Chair Frazier bows to the oil industry, and the rest of us suffer (CALmatters)
    • Gas prices are high, not because of state policy or anything--due to "refinery work" (Sacramento Bee)
    • Planners envision a greenway from Berkeley through Oakland, Emeryville, to the Bay (Berkeleyside)
    • After wildfires, population in North Bay falls (Curbed)
    • High-speed rail in the Central Valley could help with Bay Area housing, job crisis (ABC)
    • What does it mean to have healthy people and thriving communities? (NRDC)
    • It takes everybody: community engagement is vital for building resilience (Governing)
    • It should not take a year to get a building permit (Strong Towns)
    • "We're being mowed over": grieving the death of a bike advocate (DCist)

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Tuesday’s Headlines

Kamala on climate and street safety; Cleaning up freight and expanding highways; Anti-speed tech is okay with people; California Forever is off the ballot, for now; More

July 23, 2024

Metro and Caltrans Expect to Complete Torrance 405 Freeway Widening Project Next Month

Metro and Caltrans are adding nearly two miles of new auxiliary freeway lanes, a new on-ramp, and widening adjacent streets including Crenshaw Boulevard and 182nd Street

July 22, 2024

Philadelphia Demands More Than ‘Flex-Post’ Protected Bike Lanes After Motorist Kills Cyclist

Pediatric oncologist Barbara Friedes was struck while biking on a "protected" path. Advocates argue that flex posts should be replaced with something far better.

July 22, 2024

Monday’s Headlines

Caltrain's electric trains to start limited weekend service soon; San Diego gets "tap-to-pay"; SF drivers demand "respect"; More

July 22, 2024

Advocates Share What It Takes to Fight Highway Expansions in Court 

What does it take to sue your state DOT? Time, money, the right partners, and a little creativity, a recent survey of activists found.

July 19, 2024
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