New Questions Emerge over Caltrans Approval of $140M Highway Plan in Fresno County
An investigation by Fresnoland shows state agency ignored key impacts of an expansion of Highway 99 in south central Fresno.
The Latest from California
CPUC says Cruise lied about that SF crash; Carbon capture is a lie; Sorry, that light-up BART holiday sweater is sold out; More
New Two-Way Protected Bikeway in Medford, Oregon
Streetsblog L.A. Editor Joe Linton shares worthwhile bike, bus, and walk features spotted during a recent trip to Medford, Oregon
Bay Area Transit Agencies Struggle to Define a Vision for the Future
Leaders plan to put a regional tax measure on the ballot, but first they need to show what those taxes would do for the Bay Area transit system
Podcast: Streetsblog Interview with Jeanie Ward-Waller
"Frankly, as a public servant, I take really seriously that we need to be telling the truth to the public, and we need to create opportunities to have public engagement and public input to our work. That requires being transparent, and also requires being honest in our analysis."
How (And Why) to Start a Delivery Bike Revolution
Delivery vans and trucks are responsible for nearly a third of urban emissions, and a lot of congestion and traffic violence, too. Here's how cities can replace many of them with clean, safe cargo bikes.
“Watch Out, Amsterdam”: Santa Monica Cuts Ribbon on Ambitious Curb-Protected 17th Street Bikeway
Santa Monica's recently completed 17th Street bikeway improvements have a "region leading design" featuring Southern California's first protected "Dutch-style" intersections, plus concrete curb protection, and makes great connections to the city's growing bikeway network
How To Build a Car That Kills People: Cybertruck Edition
The Cybertruck represents a lot of what's wrong with the U.S. transportation system — even as it purports to address those problems.
COP28 is a fossil fuel lobby party; Santa Clarita Transit bus drivers vote to end 2-month strike; Leaders celebrate new express lanes in OC; AV pods are really pushing it; More
Metro Board Approves $207 Million for 91 and 605 Freeway Expansion Projects
Metro and Caltrans eastbound 91 Freeway widening is especially alarming as it will increase tailpipe pollution in an already diesel-pollution-burdened community that is 69 percent Latino, and 28 percent Black
Elm School Street Update: SFMTA Bait-and-Switches Again
Who believes traffic cones are sufficient to keep children safe?