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Under COVID, Culver City has quickly added outdoor dining space - on three blocks of Washington Boulevard this includes a new protected bike lane
Governor Newsom signs SB 288, finally exempting many bike and transit projects from 'environmental' review
And Black, brown and low-income city residents will bear the brunt.
More on law granting CEQA exemption for transit, bike, and pedestrian projects (SF Examiner, Mass Transit) Access to clean transportation must be equitable (Cision Newswire) San Diego nonprofit gets grant to train bicycle industry workforce (Times of San Diego) Be grateful for the essential workers who pick up trash (CityLab) Commute mode affects commute mood […]
But he vetoes a bill declaring housing as a human right, inconsistent with his willingness to set aspirational goals in other areas (such as electric vehicle mandates)