Advocates want state to move forward with funding California's rail modernization project
When a popular celebrity crashes his car, it could bring needed attention to a safety problem. But is it the right kind of attention?
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Berkeley moves to get police out of traffic enforcement (Berkeleyside, SF Chronicle, NY Times) New USPS truck design should be imitated (Curbed) More on federal bill to create e-bikes incentives (The Verge) Santa Cruz transit officials want vaccine priority for their drivers (Santa Cruz Sentinel) Richmond wants to open a homeless RV site at mostly-empty […]
The legacy of exclusionary zoning is that it deprived certain communities the luxury of stability and wealth accumulation, which has left them more vulnerable to displacement as their neighborhoods become more attractive and accessible to wealthier outsiders.
Low-income and BIPOC workers are more dependent on bikeshare to get around during the pandemic than their wealthy, white counterparts, a new study finds – but the location of docking stations doesn't always prioritize their travel needs.