But in the past 24 hours, two things have happened that may finally force the city to live up to its ideals and promises to clean up and modernize its transportation infrastructure.
Streetsblog will be taking a few days off for the holiday. Take a break, take a walk, take care. We’re not doing anywhere near enough on climate change (IPCC, NY Times) The Supreme Court ruling on the EPA doesn’t mean California has to stop its climate work (CalMatters) But it sure hamstrings the federal government […]
State budget bill adds $1 billion, for a total of $1.65 billion for Cycle 6
Even opponents of the project have conceded
The press acts as if trains and grade crossings are the problem.
A disappointingly small federal fund to repair the devastation inflicted by highway builders on predominantly Black, brown, and poor communities is now accepting applications. But more needs to be done.