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More on MUTCD; Caltrans has a big SHOPP-ing list; A couple of year-end roundups; Santa Monica to study a tax on parking for transportation; More

8:29 AM PST on December 21, 2023

Valencia’s center-running bike lane. Photo: Daniel Owens

Streetsblog California wishes you an excellent holiday break. We will be outta here until early next week. Thanks for reading!

  • Newly updated MUTCD doesn't go far enough (Smart Growth America)
  • What's on California's $16 billion SHOPP-ing list (NRDC)
  • BART: Don't worry, that bad smell won't hurt you (The Messenger)
  • Santa Monica to study a tax on parking for transportation (Santa Monica Next)
  • 2023 roundups:
  • Palmdale makes plans for high-speed rail (CAHSRA)
  • Urban speed limits are dropping (Yale Climate Connections)
  • Napa opens an expensive pedestrian and bike underpass (Press Democrat)
  • On-demand microtransit is no solution (Planetizen)
  • Santa Monica makes outreach plan to turn airport to park (Santa Monica Next)
  • Public input sought on transportation plans for Southern California and the Inland Empire (Patch)
  • Merchants on Valencia say bike lane is ruining business, but data show a different story (Mission Local)
  • White House has a new strategy for getting federal money into the hands of environmental justice groups (The Verge)
  • Biden calls on transit agencies to protect workers (The Hill)
  • Supreme Court agrees to hear case against EPA's clean air rule (E&E News)

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