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Traffic Safety Bills Pass First CommitteeBy Melanie Curry |
"Daylighting" intersections, studying weight-based vehicle registration fees, allowing bikes on sidewalks where there's no other safe option
From Rivers to Roads? A Historical Perspective on SGV CreeksBy Chris Greenspon |
How did the San Gabriel Valley’s waterways shape the development of the region? Who will benefit from them being converted into greenways?
The AV Revolution Probably Won’t Revolutionize Parking in Dense CitiesBy Kea Wilson |
Replacing human drivers with self-driving taxis might not actually remove many space-wasting parking lots from dense American cities, according to a new study that throws doubt onto one of the core arguments in favor of the autonomous vehicle revolution.
Study: Why Repealing Helmet Laws Doesn’t Necessarily Decrease Helmet UseBy George Kevin Jordan |
One Washington county’s decision to stop requiring cyclists to wear helmets by law was associated with an increase in helmet use, a new study finds — and that finding could have a major impact for advocates of equitable cycling legislation nationwide.
Today’s HeadlinesBy Melanie Curry |
Cargo bikes cut congestion and pollution (The Guardian) Sprawl and car-dependence makes being a parent much harder (Romper) Feds announced $86.8 million grant for West Valley Connector BRT in San Bernardino County (FTA) Response to That Article About Crime on Transit in LA Times (LA Times) Like it or not, Berkeley will be getting some […]
Newsbits: Bike Lanes and Metro Rail Service/RidershipBy Joe Linton |
Metro rail service and ridership graphs, new bike lanes on Fountain Avenue, newly protected bike lanes on White Oak Avenue, and more