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Caltrans offers 1950s-style false hope on freeway challenges; Nature needs investment; Public transit is part of America's DNA; More

They’d rather put money into this than making streets safer for people on bikes and on foot. Image: Rémi Jouan via Wikimedia Commons

  • Caltrans offering 1950s-style false hope for I-80's challenges (NRDC)
  • California nature needs investment on par with energy and transit (Capitol Weekly)
  • Public transit is in America's DNA (The Urbanist)
  • VTA drops eminent domain suit for property near future BART station (Mercury News)
  • San Diego's MTS to add patrols, lighting, hotline to improve transit safety (NBC San Diego)
  • How parking reform is transforming US cities for the better (Yale)
  • Do we have to rebuild guardrails now because people are buying heavier cars? (AP)
  • Caltrans releases plans for bike lane on busy El Camino Real in Palo Alto (Palo Alto Online)

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