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CA High-Speed Rail Takes a Step Towards Acquiring Trains

The contract calls for two prototype trainsets for testing to be delivered by 2028, and four trainsets to be used on the "early operating segment" between Merced and Bakersfield, ready between 2030 and 2033.

Measure HLA Is Now Officially Law for L.A. City

Check the city maps to find what bus, bike, and walk improvements are coming to streets in your neighborhood

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Save the Date for the Streetsblog Anniversary Party in September

Streetsblog California is turning 10 this year, and Streetsblog San Francisco is turning 15 years old. Happy birthday to us!

Early Committee Approval for a Few Bike Bills

Bills to allow Marin County to pass an age and helmet restriction on Class 2 e-bikes, prohibit ATP funds from being used on useless Class III bikeways; and make it permanently illegal to charge bike riders and pedestrians tolls on bridges.

State Active Transportation Program Issues Call for Projects

Bay Area region issues its regional application at the same time. Project applications are due June 17.

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Metro Releases Final Environmental Documents for Southeast Gateway Line

The new Southeast Gateway Line EIS/EIR doesn't have major changes compared to the draft EIS/EIR released in 2021

Thursday’s Headlines

"Extreme commutes"; Cruise begins process to reinstate its self-driving cars; San Diego voters to weigh in on transportation sales tax measure; More

Wednesday’s Headlines

Gen Z has fewer drivers, and cities aren't ready; Remote work has changed travel patterns; CA exploring solar panels over aqueduct; More

Trial Postponed Again as Street Vendors, City Continue Negotiations

Vendors succeeded in getting no-vending zones rescinded, but are still seeking reimbursement for citations and the repeal of other restrictions

Do Bike Advocates and EMS Workers Have to Be Enemies?

Fast fire trucks might seem antithetical to slow, safe streets for vulnerable road users. But does it have to be that way?

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