Events like these are a fabulous way of both celebrating the hard-fought changes we have seen and of reminding everyone why better bike facilities are important and necessary.
Bus service cuts approved, Crenshaw rail delayed, Union Station busway station opening delayed, Metro COVID CARES Act stimulus spent, and meeting input improved
East Bay Transit Riders makes interactive map of lines slated for possible elimination
An influential transportation safety organization recommended ways to cut racism from traffic policing — but stopped short of advocating to get police out of traffic enforcement altogether.
SF Muni will begin collecting, checking fares again (SF Chronicle) Another “incident” mishandled by police, another dead black man (LA Times) Protests: Car traffic slowed on Bay Area bridges (SF Chronicle) Driver plows through protestors in Hollywood, is released (LA Times) “Armored bike squad” being used against protestors? (Forbes) You, too, can adopt an old […]
Governor Newsom's executive order calling for cleaner transportation only hints at the most important way to reduce transportation emissions and make life in California better: by encouraging and supporting walking, biking, and transit.