Bill language is still very open-ended at this early stage, but Asm Friedman plans to tackle the climate goals/transportation funding gap, and Asm Boerner Horvath is trying again on allowing bikes to treat stop signs as yields
A final update on the 2021-22 California Legislative Session: Final outcome on bills on bicycle and pedestrian safety, public transit, and climate including a recap of some of the ones that never got to the governor.
No permanent e-bike incentive program, either. But cities and counties will be required to incorporate Safe Systems Approaches - bike and pedestrian safety - into their traffic circulation plans on a somewhat accelerated schedule.
LPIs increase pedestrian visibility, reduce conflicts between pedestrians and vehicles, increase the likelihood of motorists yielding to pedestrians; and enhance safety for pedestrians who may be slower to start into the intersection.