This seemingly sudden agreement on high-speed rail is a little anti-climactic, if welcome.
This year, Streetsblog L.A.'s team were finalists in six categories and were honored in the top three in all six including top honors in the Best Blog category and Joe Linton for non-political commentary in an online publication.
Action on climate urgently needed now (IPCC) CARB’s climate scoping plan won’t help (EDF) Yet it is still attacked “from all sides” – including those who want to do much less (AP) Governor, legislature hammer out a deal on tax relief for Californians (not just drivers, no gas tax suspension) (CalMatters) Some people hate car-free […]
The fact that the measure was not "shellacked" is a testament to how much the people of San Francisco care about public transit, depend on it, and want it to be better.
It bears repeating: Action on climate is urgently needed now, not in ten years (IPCC) High temperatures led to BART train derailment (LA Times) Air Resources Board holds hearing on CA climate plan (Federal News Network) Closed-door CA budget negotiations focus on energy (CalMatters) Biden’s push for gas tax suspension puts pressure on CA legislators […]
"We are still intending to stripe the bike lanes on the Spring St Bridge even though the project contract itself is completed."