Today’s Headlines

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  • SMART, Rohnert Park explore changes at train crossing that saw two recent deaths (Press Democrat)
  • No buses, but S.F.’s new transbay center does have a gondola (Mercury News)
  • Organizing regional rail in the face of efforts to undermine everything but the car (The Reauthorization Dialogues)
  • OSHA tells employers to ban texting while driving (Business Journals)
  • Hawaii gets the crosswalk law backwards (Maui Now)
  • Why spend cap-and-trade money on clean water: everything is connected (CALmatters)
  • CA Senate approves bill on housing, homelessness (AP News)
  • Oregon is making normal neighborhoods legal again (Strong Towns)

More California headlines at Streetsblog LA and Streetsblog SF

Today’s Headlines

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  • It’s camping season. Don’t go camping (SF Chronicle)
  • California mandates zero emission transportation to and within airports (Scientific American)
  • UC Davis to host workshop on mobility justice and bicycle equity (The College Fix)
  • Questions and answers about new Mendocino bike lanes (Mendo Voice)
  • “Idaho Stop” law goes into effect in Arkansas today (5News)
  • Cities organize in the face of scooter data questions (GreenBiz)
  • What happened when I rented an electric scooter for a month (CityLab)
  • Pedestrianism has a history as an extreme sport (Deadspin)
  • SF Transit Center reopens, but without bus service (US News & World Report)
  • A generational shift on the school busing debate (CityLab)
  • Why San Francisco techies hate the city they transformed (Guardian)
  • Oregon cap-and-trade fight gets uglier (Oregon Business)

More California headlines at Streetsblog LA and Streetsblog SF

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