Skip to Content
Streetsblog California home
Streetsblog California home
Log In
    • Trump EPA chief writes to Republican lawmakers--not Congress--accusing CARB chair Mary Nichols of lying about clean car rule negotiations (Sacramento Bee)
      • But former EPA staffer says EPA chief is the one lying (The Hill)
      • And the feds are the ones unwilling to negotiate (Route Fifty)
    • La Verne forms an Active Transportation Committee (Bike La Verne)
    • BART is promised $300m by feds for transbay tube work (SF Chronicle)
    • La Verne residents oppose road widening planned near new light rail (Daily Bulletin)
    • California to let two Chinese companies bring "robotaxis" to the state (Tech Crunch)
    • To save Oregon from the horrors of cap-and-trade, Republican reps run away (Intelligencer)

More California headlines at Streetsblog LA and Streetsblog SF

Stay in touch

Sign up for our free newsletter

More from Streetsblog California

Opinion: Is Kamala Harris ‘The Climate President We’ve Been Waiting For’?

Kamala Harris fought hard for a better transportation plan in the San Diego region despite big political risks. If elected president, will she do the same for the country?

July 24, 2024

L.A. Leaders: “Pull the Plug” on Metro/Caltrans 91 Freeway Expansion in Long Beach

The community felt dismissed and disrespected by Metro's earlier response. This time Supervisor Hahn and Councilmember Ricks-Oddie heard them loud and clear: they don't want this project

July 24, 2024

Join the Campaign Kickoff for Ocean Beach Park

Advocates release logos, FAQs, media kits, and plans for the first rally for the Ocean Beach Park campaign

July 24, 2024

America is Setting Micromobility Records — But That Boom Could Go Bust Without Public Funding

Shared bike and scooter trips soared 20 percent in a single year. So why are so many U.S. systems shutting down — and what will it take to keep the revolution rolling?

July 24, 2024

Wednesday’s Headlines

Road diets don't slow emergency response; E-bikes are changing family life; Bad sidewalks are costing cities $$$; More

July 24, 2024
See all posts