Podcast: Streetsblog Interview with Jeanie Ward-Waller
"Frankly, as a public servant, I take really seriously that we need to be telling the truth to the public, and we need to create opportunities to have public engagement and public input to our work. That requires being transparent, and also requires being honest in our analysis."
“Sneak Preview” of the California Bike Summit: Webinar
Panelists will describe bike infrastructure successes in San Diego, what worked in advocating and communication, and how anyone can apply the same strategies.
Complete Streets Survey Results: Californians Are Scared to Use Caltrans Streets
Complete Streets are as far away now as they were when SB 127 was vetoed by Governor Newsom
The Case for a 2-Step Active Transportation Program Application
Efficiency and equity would benefit
CAPTI Falls Short of its Climate Promise
The Climate Action Plan for Transportation Infrastructure (CAPTI) is meant to help decarbonize California’s transportation systems. But the state continues to devote the bulk of its transportation budget to projects that encourage car travel.
I Lost My Job at Caltrans for Speaking Out Against Highway Widening
My concerns were repeatedly brushed off by my bosses, who seemed more concerned about getting the next widening project underway than following the law
Why Protests Work and How to Use Them to Win The Transportation Outcomes You Want
An advocacy trainer explores you should take to the streets for better streets — and how to do it right.
Fresno to Host International Transportation Innovations Summit
PEDAL, a regional and international conference for transportation professionals, policymakers, active and multi-modal transportation advocates, will be held in Fresno on October 27.
Breaking News: Jannelle Wong to Leave S.F. Bicycle Coalition
Wednesday afternoon Jannelle Wong, Executive Director of the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition since April of 2022, announced that she will step down.
More Than 60 Organizations Urge Governor Newsom to Intervene at Caltrans
California is still spending billions of dollars on highway and interchange expansions that increase reliance on driving, drain household budgets, and make traffic worse. Governor Newsom should step in.