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Next Week: Active Transportation Program Workshop

The good news is that there will be a Cycle 7. But it will be small, and there will be hard choices about what gets funded.

July 11, 2024

Complete Streets Bill Hearing Next Week

CalBike urges you to weigh in with the Assembly Transportation Committee on the Complete Streets Bill, which would require Caltrans to ensure safety for people biking, walking, and taking transit.

June 24, 2024

Get to Know Your MPO: An Advocate’s Guide to Some of Our Most Critical Transportation Agencies

The Metropolitan Planning Organization can have an outsized influence on local transportation decisions. Here's what every advocate needs to know about how they operate — and how to win them over.

June 24, 2024

Help Shape Bike Parking in State Building Code

The Building Standards Commission is updating its code, which means it has to update bicycle parking standards. Weigh in!

June 14, 2024

Christopher White to Lead S.F. Bicycle Coalition

San Francisco's leading bike advocacy group to stick with its interim director

June 12, 2024

‘A Petition, a Website, and a T-shirt’: Ann Arbor Advocates Share Tips for Fighting Highway Expansions

Ann Arbor advocates helped get a destructive and wasteful highway expansion thrown out — and they have some ideas on how you can, too.

June 10, 2024

ClimatePlan Seeks a New Executive Director

This coalition of nonprofits working to shift California's transportation infrastructure towards sustainable and equitable travel is looking for someone to lead their new campaigns

Environmental Groups File Suit Against I-80 Highway Expansion

The environmental report for the Yolo Bypass project understates the true impacts of the project, according to the lawsuit

May 31, 2024

Legislative Update: Bike-Friendly Bills at the Midpoint

The team at the California Bicycle Coalition tracks bills that affect active transportation.

May 29, 2024

How Bad Is Newsom’s Proposed Cut to the Active Transportation Program? Awful.

It would have zeroed out the entirety of Cycle 7 - but the legislature has rejected the cuts.

May 29, 2024