Streetsblog, Santa Monica Next, and SGV Weekly Are Finalists for Eight L.A. Press Club AwardsBy Damien Newton | | No Comments
Streetsblog Los Angeles appears as a finalist in five L.A. Press Club award categories, including Best Blog, Best Online Journalist, and Best Audio Journalist
SGV Connect 110 : Life as a ReclaimerBy Damien Newton | | No Comments
The state and the whole world was in chaos,” recounts Marta of the day she moved in to her reclaimed home. “So they didn't take us out. Governor Newsom told the CHP to stand down and not do anything when we reclaimed."
Car Free JFK Turns 3By Damien Newton | | No Comments
Last Friday, leaders of Walk SF, the San Francisco Bike Coalition and hundreds of Bay Area residents gathered on "Car-Free JFK" in Golden Gate Park to celebrate the car-free streets 3rd anniversary.
SGV Connect 109: Rick Cole and Norma QuinonesBy Damien Newton | | No Comments
This week’s SGV Connect features a pair of interviews with former Pasadena Mayor Rick Cole and San Gabriel Valley Conservation Corps (SGVCC) Director Norma Quinones.
Oceanside Planning Major Changes to Coast HighwayBy Damien Newton | | No Comments
“This is a solution for that,” Oceanside resident Joan Bockman told the San-Diego-Union Tribune. “We want it to stop being I-5 west.”
Streetsblog Interview : UCLA Researchers Who Examined the Systemic Impact of Autonomous VehiclesBy Damien Newton | | No Comments
"But we see VMT increase in the L.A. network based on our modeling...There are a lot of benefits that CAVs bring to us, but with these benefits we also propose some kind of transportation demand management strategies to curb that increase in VMT."
CalBike Offers Update on Status of E-Bike Rebate ProgramBy Damien Newton | | No Comments
Here's a quick spoiler: there is still no date announced on when the program will begin.
More Electric Bus Chargers Come Online in Southern CaliforniaBy Damien Newton | | No Comments
Recent electric bus success stories from Anaheim and the L.A. Unified School District
Support Streetsblog CaliforniaBy Damien Newton | | No Comments
For nearly a decade, Streetsblog California has been a loud and consistent voice for more transportation options, equitable transportation spending and policy, and a defender of California’s communities. To continue championing safer streets for all we need your help. Please consider donating to support the work of Streetsblog today. You can donate or set up […]
California Makes Strides, Pledges Funds, to Eliminate Diesel Truck FleetBy Damien Newton | | No Comments
Industry leaders are concerned state lacks infrastructure to meet this goal
Please Consider Supporting Streetsblog California During Our Annual Fundraising Drive!By Damien Newton | | No Comments
For nearly a decade, Streetsblog California has been a loud and consistent voice for more transportation options, equitable transportation spending and policy, and a defender of California’s communities. And to continue doing that, we’re going to need your help. If you want to help Streetsblog be an even more effective voice for a better California, […]
Looking Ahead to Legislature’s December “Special Session” on Oil ProfitsBy Damien Newton | | No Comments
Governor Newsom claims that the oil industry has been increasing prices unfairly and blaming the surge in prices on inflation and environmental regulations even as it brought in record profits