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More on L.A. Metro considering congestion pricing (Curbed) Federal shutdown is screwing with cities (CityLab) How California could build the housing it needs (Bay City Beacon) State law speeds up housing project in Berkeley (Berkeleyside) LA voters passed a tax to support transit but don’t ride it (CityLab) The way we’re building cities contributes to […]

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Measuring bike and pedestrian traffic to make roads better (Route Fifty) Three ways cities can harness the bike-share revolution (The City Fix) UPS and Amazon take very different approaches to that last delivery mile (but where are the bikes?) (Supply Chain Dive) Don’t blame CEQA for housing crisis (CALmatters) Santa Clara temporarily bans scooters (Mercury […]

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We can’t tackle climate change if we ignore transportation (The Hill) Public transit is greener than it seems (Pedestrian Observations) Businesses worry about climate change, but their actions don’t show it (Wall Street Journal) PG&E’s bankruptcy could slow work on climate change (LA Times) Cities tuck climate change fixes into new laws (Wired) Infrastructure is […]

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More on Senator Wiener’s Complete Streets bill (Mass Transit) A mileage-based fee would be more effective than a ZEV fee (SSTI) No plans for a transportation tax measure in Ventura County in 2020 (VC Star) Sacramento could get scooter rentals this spring–and the city has learned from mistakes made elsewhere (Sacramento Bee) Bus lanes in […]

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Oceans are warming faster than scientists thought (NY Times) Climate change is erasing cities (Curbed) When scooters fail (CityLab) No, bike commuting is not declining (Bicycling) What the closing of Performance Bikes could mean (San Diego Reader) Film shows what climate action could be (Curbed) Wilmington’s air is choking people (CGTN) After regulatory reform, applications […]

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More on governor’s threats to cut transportation funding to areas that don’t build enough housing (LA Times, AP, CALmatters) More on changes to CEQA rules (Slate) Long read on Lisa Korbatov’s efforts to kill L.A. subway line (Reveal) California Air Resources Board settles case on emissions test cheating against Fiat Chrysler (CARB) Six steps Berkeley […]