Today’s Headlines

  • More people are dying on L.A. city streets than before push for Vision Zero (LA Times)
  • People miss e-bikes when they’re taken away (Fast Company)
  • Want a happy commute? Ride a bike (Minneapolis Star Tribune)
  • Planning begins for San Pablo Avenue, a major multi-city corridor in East Bay (Berkeleyside)
  • Housing bill moves forward, with a compromise (Capital Public Radio, Lost Coast Outpost)
    • It goes easy on Marin, North Bay area (Curbed)
  • Trump administration plans to open California to oil drilling (SF Chronicle)
  • Parking is important and parking is not important (Strong Towns)
  • Homeless people need shelter, and supportive services help (CALmatters)
  • Participatory budgeting can help cities (Efficient Government)
  • Why new office space is so hard to find in Berkeley (Berkeleyside)
  • New Orleans is suing the oil companies (NextCity)
  • Singapore company wants to deploy a “flying car” in the U.S.–because Singapore won’t allow it (Today Online)
  • Take a bike tour of Winterfell (Bicycling)

More California headlines at Streetsblog LA and Streetsblog SF