Skip to Content
Streetsblog California home
Log In
Today's Headlines

Thursday’s Headlines

The hottest month, so far. Is this okay? Still fighting for a law to end oil drilling near schools; Federal guidance subtly but firmly encourages highway building; Quiet bus heist in Modesto; Red light cameras in SF; More

8:44 AM PDT on July 27, 2023

Two construction cranes framed against sky with clouds
  • Hottest month on record. Is this fine? (LA Times)
  • Gulf Stream could collapse soon because of changing ocean temperatures (The Guardian)
  • Is it really political? Yes. New group forms to support law ending oil drilling near schools (SF Chronicle)
  • How federal guidance on "value of time" helps justify destructive, divisive, climate-wrecking highway building (Smart Growth America)
  • Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition tells Swifties how to get to the concert at Levi's stadium without a car
  • City of Berkeley is adding new housing at record rates - not so much of it affordable (Berkeleyside)
  • A proposed bike/ped bridge from DT Oakland to Alameda may have opponents, but there's plenty of support (Oaklandside)
  • Bus heist in Modesto by careful, knowledgeable thief (CBS News)
  • Some San Francisco intersections to get red light cameras (SF Chronicle)
  • Taking a bus from Detroit to LA (The Guardian)

Find more California headlines at Streetsblog LA and Streetsblog SF

Stay in touch

Sign up for our free newsletter

More from Streetsblog California

Racist, Anti-Semitic Disrupters Are Fouling Public Discourse

Finding a balance between public access and civility is proving a challenge

September 28, 2023

Transit Month Event: Disability Access is for Everyone

BART was the first accessible transit system in the country. Advocates want Bay Area transit agencies to do better at keeping buses and trains accessible for all

September 28, 2023

New Federal Committee Will Push for Transportation Equity By Helping DOT Reckon With Its Past

"Everybody who alive today and in a position of responsibility is accountable for what we do about transportation inequities. That's why we're here.”

September 28, 2023

Thursday’s Headlines

There's new transit funding available, CA needs to access it; Bus shelters are not some optional perk; Biking is up nationwide; More

September 28, 2023
See all posts