Today’s Headlines

  • Fix-it-first or highway expansion? The rhetoric is thick and repairs are endless (Washington Post)
  • CTC allocates $924m for CA infrastructure projects (Transport Topics)
  • Transportation for America analyses the US Senate’s proposed transportation bill
  • Union City to relaunch “the Flea,” a 1970s on-demand transit service – with non-electric vehicles (Mercury News)
  • Electrification of the U.S. fleet will start with buses (Smart Cities World)
  • Autonomous vehicles could lead to more pollution (Gizmodo)
  • Locals don’t want a fence blocking the railroad tracks in Del Mar (LA Times)
  • Oil well setbacks are a political hot potato (AP)
  • Homeless hotel shelters are a good start (San Mateo Daily Journal)
  • San Francisco says it has helped get people off the streets – but it’s not that simple (SF Chronicle)
  • What will happen when the eviction moratorium comes to an end? (Vox)
  • “Gendered” government budgets account for different economic circumstances of women (Bloomberg)

More California headlines at Streetsblog LA and Streetsblog SF