Today’s Headlines

  • Good morning! It’s Walking Wednesday (you’ll have to do it solo)
    • It’s also Waving Wednesday (CalBike)
  • A deep discussion about cutting transit during the pandemic (Human Transit)
  • Essential, vulnerable, and not white: public transit is crucial, exposes riders to risk (USA Today)
  • Berkeley considers requiring affordable units in every new development, removing option to pay a fee instead (SF Chronicle)
  • Emeryville gets rid of “beg buttons” (SF Chronicle)
  • L.A. should open up more space for foot and bike traffic (Daily News)
  • Confusion, a quickly changing situation, and overwhelm block release of COVID-19 information (LA Times)
  • New Zealand is the first country to fund pop-up bike lanes, wider sidewalks during pandemic (Forbes)
  • FAA to grant $1+ billion in aid to CA airports (CBS)
  • CA approves bonds for Las Vegas high-speed train (Bloomberg)
  • Apple releases map showing volumes of people walking, driving, taking transit (Bloomberg)
  • Early indications of the future of the automobile industry (Planetizen)
  • Creative ways to equitably engage the public in decisions even during a pandemic (Safe Routes to Schools)
  • Sacramento County releases coronavirus dashboard (Sacramento Bee)

More California headlines at Streetsblog LA and Streetsblog SF