Vision 2020 proposes a four-county sales tax to end air pollution and abate climate change
Only one city (per year) can emerge victorious from the Parking Madness bracket and win the Golden Crater™. Our readers have spoken, and this year that city is Lansing, Michigan.
"You're going to need a bigger boat," goes the famous line from Jaws. But maybe when it comes to transportation, the opposite is true.
Since losing her son Dustin to a drunk driver, Kristi Finney has become one of the Portland region's most energetic and compelling advocates for traffic safety reforms.
Hemet police focus enforcement on pedestrians, “jaywalkers,” not speeders (Press Enterprise) Significantly “more dense” development planned for San Jose Berryessa “transit village” (Mercury News) includes a sea of parking (Systemic Failure) Cities struggle with what to do about bike-share (Bicycle Retailer) More on housing bill that died in committee (Daily Cal, Daily Journal) New bill […]
The Bay Area region's bike plan focuses on the state highway network, which frequently forms the spine of city main streets throughout the region.