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
The Latest from California
COP28 sucks but don't ignore it; Public input sought on proposed toll for Yolo Causeway; Bus shelters coming to LA; More
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."
Complete Streets Survey Results: Californians Are Scared to Use Caltrans Streets
Complete Streets are as far away now as they were when SB 127 was vetoed by Governor Newsom
Commentary: The Bay Area Needs its Own “Arroyo Fest”
What San Francisco and Oakland can learn from Los Angeles
Oakland DOT Releases Lakeshore Ave. Protected Bike Lane Plans
Oakland is finally moving forward with a protected bike lane project on the east side of Lake Merritt. But questions remain
Reader Roundup: What the Demise of the Inter-city Bus Station Means for Passengers
Here are just a few of the horror stories we heard from readers who are struggling with the inter-city bus industry's latest push for "curbside" loading.
Eyes on the Street: North Hills Traffic Circle Under Construction
StreetsLA is building a new 60-foot-diameter traffic circle at the intersection of Parthenia Place and Columbus Avenue in the central San Fernando Valley community of North Hills. The project includes a short bikeway.
Daylighting saves lives; Sweeping homeless encampments helps no one; The saga of BART ridership; More
San Francisco & Caltrans Plan to Widen 280/King Street Off-Ramp
A little girl was run over and killed at a location where Caltrans and SFCTA now want to pump in more high-speed traffic through a freeway ramp widening. And they wonder why Vision Zero is failing
DOT’s New Emissions Rule Is a Big Deal, Even if It Doesn’t Punish States for Polluting
No states will face penalties for building needless toxic road projects — but they also won't be able to hide those impacts from the public.