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Dumbarton Project Burned Again?

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Note: GJEL Accident Attorneys regularly sponsors coverage on Streetsblog San Francisco and Streetsblog California. Unless noted in the story, GJEL Accident Attorneys is not consulted for the content or editorial direction of the sponsored content. The dream of running Caltrain directly between the mid-peninsula and the East Bay is in danger of getting shelved again. The Palo […]

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There’s still time to join our virtual walk- or bikeathon fundraiser–half of all proceeds will go to California food banks. Donate here. Share a pic, tag it #Walk4Streetsblog or #Bike4Streetsblog.

  • Is Uber just straight out killing Jump bikes? (Bike Share Museum)
  • Santa Barbara closes State Street to car traffic for roomier walking (Edhat)
  • Fullerton closes bike route to bikes to allow cafes to open (Fullerton Observer)
  • Legislators eye budget talks as an opportunity to reassert authority (KQED)
  • Stop claiming Los Angeles has no transit–it’s not true, for one thing (Lisa Schweitzer)
  • History of San Francisco on its telephone poles (SF Chronicle)
  • Santa Monica’s pedestrian mall’s success (Curbed)

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Have a great Memorial Day, even if “long weekend” has become somewhat meaningless. Get out there and take a walk, ride a bike, count your steps and miles, and donate to our virtual walk- or bike-athon fundraiser – half of all proceeds will go to California food banks. Donate here. Share a pic, tag it #Walk4Streetsblog or #Bike4Streetsblog.

  • Transit workers are paying a heavy price during the pandemic (Washington Post)
  • SMART moves ahead with plans to acquire freight company (Press Democrat)
  • Coronavirus is not fuel for urbanist fantasies (Curbed)
  • Leaking gas lines may be killing trees in cities (Inside Climate News)
  • Seawalls, beaches, and California’s wealth divide (LA Times)

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Take a walk. Ride your bike. Join Streetsblog California’s virtual Walk- or Bike-athon Fundraiser during May. Half of all proceeds go to California food banks. Share a picture and tag it #Walk4Streetsblog or #Bike4Streetsblog. Donate here.

  • Ten years of CicLAvia (The Planning Report)
  • How California can lead the nation during COVID-19: Change transportation funding (ClimatePlan)
  • Recent health and equity shifts that should be kept (California Health Report)
  • If everyone wore masks, we could stop the spread of coronavirus (Daily Cal)
  • But we can’t see people’s smiles anymore (SF Chronicle)
  • Traffic is down, and air pollution too, but not as much (NPR)
  • How Yosemite might reopen sounds familiar: day-use reservations, restrictions on car traffic (SF Chronicle)
  • Lyft has a temporary bike-share monopoly in San Francisco (Examiner)
  • California will require Uber, Lyft to use electric cars (Green Car Reports)
  • BART extension to San Jose – phase 1 – set to open in June. Finally (Mass Transit, Mercury News)
  • Self-driving – er, remote-controlled – scooters are on the ground (The Verge)
  • Six ways to make streets safer for pedestrians (The City Fix)
  • Adjustments coming to gig-worker law: musicians, freelancers, coaches would be exempt (Sacramento Bee)

More California headlines at Streetsblog LA and Streetsblog SF

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