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Time to reshape the document that shapes streets; SF petitions CPUC to reconsider robotaxi decision; SF's Geary Blvd may finally get BRT; Ban car advertising? More

8:32 AM PDT on August 16, 2023

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  • It's time to reshape the document that shapes our streets (NACTO)
  • $3B available nationally to build and repair communities through safe, equitable pedestrian, bicycle, transit improvements (Safe Routes Partnerships)
  • Americans want sustainable transportation options, not more highways (NRDC)
  • SF petitions CPUC to reconsider decision to allow robotaxis (California Globe)
  • Robotaxis may be heading into fierce resistance (The Verge)
  • SF's Geary Blvd may finally get its bus-only lanes out to the Richmond (ABC7, SF Chronicle)
  • CAHSRA completes another overcrossing (RT&S)
  • LA-to-Vegas HSR waits to hear whether it will get a grant (Review Journal)
  • CA decides to stick with gas: power plants to stay open (CalMatters, LA Times)
  • Car advertising should be banned, or at least forced to be honest (Policy Options)
  • CA state parks department buys land in Santa Cruz County (Mercury News)

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