Eyes on the Street: Bike Lane Construction on Imperial Highway near LAX
L.A. City is installing new protected bike lanes on Imperial Highway, closing a 1,000-foot gap.
D.C. to Dangerous Drivers: We Will Slow You Down!
Dangerous drivers would be forced to slow down thanks to in-car technology under a first-in-the-nation bill that just passed in the Washington, D.C. City Council.
Earth already passed that climate threshold; Banning fossil fuels in heating; AVs still causing concern; More
Commentary: Two More Traffic Horrors Underscore Why We Need Concrete Barrier ‘Speed Limiters’
The low-tech solution to ending reckless driving and traffic violence is all around us. What lacks is the political will to use it
Why Jaywalking Reform Is an Unhoused Rights Issue
A stunning 41 percent of jaywalking stops in Washington state involve an unhoused person. And no one knows how bad the problem is in the rest of America.
Why are we still widening highways, again? The cargo bike effect is real; Reports on the death of intercity bus service are premature; More
California Air Resources Board Announces Grants to Study Transportation Gaps
Twelve grants will go to local nonprofits, transit districts, tribal governments, and agencies in under-resourced communities
Freeway Fighters: ‘Stop the Highway-Expansion Madness,’ New Coalition Demands
"Endless highway expansions are pulling our country into an environmental, budgetary, and public health crisis," the letter states.
The Long Journey to the Groundbreaking of Oakland’s 14th Street Protected Bikeway
Moving forward, these projects have to happen faster — lives literally depend on it
L.A. City Planning Protected Bike Lanes for Two Miles of Hollywood Blvd
The Hollywood Boulevard Safety and Mobility Project will extend along Hollywood from Gower Street to Lyman Place. This stretch would be the first protected bike lanes in City Councilmember Hugo Soto-Martinez' district