Today’s Headlines

  • Despite dangers to pedestrians, SD begins project to widen El Cajon Blvd to “solve congestion” (KPBS)
  • Correlations seen between growing number of large SUVs and pedestrian deaths (Urban Wire)
  • Cities looking for ways to end illegal street racing (LA Times)
  • Yup. E-bike deliveries reduce emissions (Fast Company)
  • Here’s a city that hasn’t had any cars for over a decade – it works (Vice)
  • Ride-share saves neither time, money, NOR the planet (and doesn’t cut congestion either) (LA Times)
  • San Diego COASTER to receive $10m in federal funds (Times of San Diego)
  • Former CARB deputy Steve Cliff nominated to run federal highway safety agency (Federal News Network)
  • CTC approves $2.1 billion for transportation projects statewide (The Daily Independent)
  • Pasadena defers action on Caltrans-owned homes (South Pasadena Review)
  • Cut water use, said Newsom. Nah, said Californians (SF Chronicle)
  • Oakland opens its guaranteed income project (SF Chronicle)

More California headlines at Streetsblog LA and Streetsblog SF

Today’s Headlines are brought to you by our monthly donors. Thank you for supporting Streetsblog’s work to keep our readers informed about state-level planning and policy decisions. If you don’t already, please consider making a sustaining monthly donation.