The City of Berkeley will be considering this question on Tuesday afternoon, when the City Council is scheduled to once again take up the topic of minimum parking regulations
The two-acre site, straddling the Metro E Line, cleanses urban runoff before it flows into the Santa Monica Bay
Safety advocates are breaking down each district in San Francisco to look at progress across the city--or lack thereof--in reaching the goal of near-zero serious and fatal crashes
The average Uber or Lyft customer is responsible for adding more than twice as many car miles to his city's roads as he was before he started using app-taxis to get around.
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It's a strategic move that sends the unequivocal message that the new President is committed to incorporating environmental concerns in every corner of federal policy making.