Until now regional planning agencies only had to name some strategies and show the math on why they think those strategies would reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
All-door boarding appears to be coming to the Vermont Rapid bus next week. Why is such an important inexpensive improvement taking so long?
Most advocates for safe streets seem pleased, but with some caveats
Uninvited, yes, but electric scooters are popular and seem to align with the city's goals. They could work well if properly regulated.
Bike-share can save our cities–if we let it (Outside) Ford GoBike launches dockless bike-share in San Jose (Mercury News) Now the A’s want a CEQA exemption–when did our society decide stadiums were so important to us? (CalMatters) Go ahead, move to Wisconsin–just make sure you have a car (CityLab) Repealing the gas tax would halt […]
OCTA plans to improve its transit service--but also to widen roads in the name of "congestion relief."