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A modest proposal: If Berkeley (or any city) is going to accept traffic deaths, they should say so (Matthew Lewis) E-bike riders ride farther and more frequently, and replace more car trips (Treehugger) Healdsburg anticipates ATP grant for bike improvements (not approved yet, Press Democrat) Bill would allow universities to regulate scooters (NBC) Lyft rolls […]

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Important lessons from Denver’s e-bike rebate program (Smart Cities Dive) Forget Tesla, e-bikes are the future of transportation (The Daily Beast) San Diego’s Park Road to get dedicated bike and bus lanes (Times of San Diego) Transit agencies are adopting more zero-emission buses (Utility Dive) Natural gas bills are up, and so are company executives’ […]

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U.S. pedestrian deaths have reached a 40-year high (PBS) USDOT issues a call to action on safety: the National Roadway Safety Strategy California transit agencies need more state support, particularly for operations (Capitol Weekly) An ode to L.A.’s Red Line, a revolution for that city (The Source) California cities enter uncharted terrain as they miss […]

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California shaping a plan to make ebikes affordable for low-income people (LA Times) Self driving cars could greatly increase emissions (Dezeen) Decades of highway construction and community destruction (AARP) It’s Infrastructure Decade: Now the work begins (Brookings) Buttigieg on Vision Zero (Fast Company) Work from home is an opportunity to shift transit planning from its […]

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The biggest safety threats to bicycle riders (Harvard Gazette) S.F. just had its worst year for road deaths since it planned to end them (SF Standard) Court ruling could unlock funding for new ferry terminal in Berkeley, more BART trains, bus rapid transit, Capitol Corridor upgrade (Berkeleyside) Sonoma County buys ten all-electric buses (Sonoma County) […]

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There are now more than 500 “bicycle-friendly” cities in the U.S. (Forbes) People are willing to pay more to live in a place where they can walk to things (Slate) How much commute time is saved when people work from home (World Economic Forum) We saved our homes with a community land trust (Next City) […]