Climate change is still urgent (IPCC) We can’t wait any longer to deal with heat waves (Treehugger) High-speed rail opponents hope an inspector general will hamstring the program (CalMatters) HSR in Central Valley guaranteed with bond funds (Construction Dive) $300 million to plan for moving train tracks off Del Mar bluffs (Del Mar Times) Bay […]
The April 16 death of cyclist Andrew Jelmert is spurring Griffith Park safety improvements, including a new three-quarter-mile car-free stretch of Griffith Park Drive
Here's how American states and cities can look to the French example for approaches to improve road safety.
Climate change won’t wait (IPCC) Supreme Court risks human survival for shortsighted ideological goals (The Hill) Did the Supreme Court gut federal power? (Planetizen) It could have been worse (Grist) Cities are left holding the bag on the environment (Bloomberg) Environmental groups, Newsom respond to Supreme Court ruling on EPA (Daily Kos) Focus on reducing […]
But in the past 24 hours, two things have happened that may finally force the city to live up to its ideals and promises to clean up and modernize its transportation infrastructure.
Streetsblog will be taking a few days off for the holiday. Take a break, take a walk, take care. We’re not doing anywhere near enough on climate change (IPCC, NY Times) The Supreme Court ruling on the EPA doesn’t mean California has to stop its climate work (CalMatters) But it sure hamstrings the federal government […]