Today’s Headlines

  • Complete streets spur economic development (Planetizen)
  • Democrats balk at idea of a gas tax holiday (Planetizen)
  • At the federal level, costs of pausing the gas tax would be high (Politico)
  • Oopsie! After declaring CA high-speed rail dead, Railway Age now admits it is not
  • And CA HSR is already delivering economic benefits (Mass Transit)
  • Caltrans District 5 (Central Coast) releases its Active Transportation Plan (Benito Link)
  • California Bicycle Coalition warns that A.B. 371 would kill bike, scooter share
  • Long-range electric buses make Silver Line all the way to San Pedro possible (Mass Transit)
  • Bill would eliminate parking requirements near transit statewide (Abundant Housing LA)
  • Court rules federal agencies can’t use social cost of carbon in their climate calculations (Washington Post)
  • Sacramentans to vote on outlawing homelessness, basically. As if. (Cap Radio)
  • Remote work will change cities (Pew)
  • State still battling over Uber, Lyft driver classifications (SF Chronicle)

More California headlines at Streetsblog LA and Streetsblog SF

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