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11:10 AM PST on November 29, 2022

Updated totals as of 12/19/2022. We’re a little behind our pace, but still making progress!

For nearly a decade, Streetsblog California has been a loud and consistent voice for more transportation options, equitable transportation spending and policy, and a defender of California’s communities. And to continue doing that, we’re going to need your help.

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Under the leadership of editor Melanie Curry, Streetsblog California has become and remains the top place to get news and analysis of the people, events, policies and legislation that determine how California grows. In addition to the election, 2022 was an important year in many other ways. Even with the legislature out of session and the governor focusing his eyes on the election, the state announced a timeline on when rebates for the purchase of e-bikes would be rolled out and new grants under its active transportation program. There is always news breaking, and to read news you won’t read anywhere else and analysis you can’t ready anywhere else, then you need a strong Streetsblog California.

And of course, the battle over the future of our future High Speed Rail Line continues. The legislature finally moved on allocating delayed funding for the high speed rail line, and a private rail line that could connect to Southern California to Las Vegas is rapidly moving through the appeals process. Streetsblog California will continue to monitor the project's progress and push back whenever false anti-high-speed-rail narratives appear in the press.

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