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What Are Complete Streets? Smart Growth America Raises the BarBy Melanie Curry |
SGA's recent report, Best Complete Streets Policies 2023, looks for strong and effective policies that lay the groundwork for safer streets for everyone
Op-ed: Consolidate the Bay Area’s Transit AgenciesBy Ian Griffiths |
Legislators considering allocating funding are right to be asking for a plan for financial sustainability and ridership growth. It is also reasonable to question whether Bay Area transit, which is delivered by 27 transit independent operators with no requirements for coordination, is optimally structured to deliver the best possible, most efficient service to the public in the near- and long-term.
Is It Time for America to Break Up With the Private Car? An Interview with Lime’s Wayne TingBy Kea Wilson |
Between 42,000 crash deaths a year and rising tailpipe emissions that are swiftly killing the planet, America's long love affair with the privately-owned car hasn't exactly been a healthy relationship. Now, one micromobility company is sending a message to riders that it's time to break up — even if their cities aren't perfectly ridable yet.
Today’s HeadlinesBy Melanie Curry |
More on transit’s pleas for funding (Mercury News, SF Gate) Some just blame BART (CalMatters) What a BART failure would look like (ABC7) Great: New York Times Magazine has an issue telling us all about California Including this tale of housing, parking, and protest in Berkeley (New York Times Magazine) Passenger rail service through San […]
State Leaders Rally for Transit Funding in BudgetBy Melanie Curry |
With only a few weeks left to finalize a budget, transit agencies warning they may have to make deep service cuts as soon as this summer
Six Takeaways from the L.A. Metro Budget – You’ll Never Believe Number Four!By Joe Linton |
Don't just stand there - dive right in to SBLA's Metro FY2023-24 budget listicle!