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)
Seminar brings together transportation leaders to talk about the future of rail in California and elsewhere
The idea of a "High Injury Network" isn't new. But a surprising number of cities don't bother to map it.
CA Governor signs law exempting sustainable transportation from CEQA (SF Chronicle) Electric cargo bikes are already replacing trucks in cities (Electrek) E-bike subsidies would empower people to use cars less (Kinder Rice) China to begin piloting autonomous taxis in busy cities (Fast Company) Localism matters in a crisis (Strong Towns) COVID’s impact on traffic, revenues, […]
Events like these are a fabulous way of both celebrating the hard-fought changes we have seen and of reminding everyone why better bike facilities are important and necessary.
Bus service cuts approved, Crenshaw rail delayed, Union Station busway station opening delayed, Metro COVID CARES Act stimulus spent, and meeting input improved