California Air Resources Board pass regulation while recognizing need for incentives, funding, technical assistance, infrastructure to help agencies transition to clean vehicles
It's still no beauty, but Suffolk County's appearance in the Elite Eight of our annual "Sorry Bus Stop" contest inspired local officials into action. You're welcome, Islip.
Streetsblog rides "Fleet of the Future" through Transbay for a true test of noise insulation
There are lots of reasons. But a new report makes one thing is clear: Our safety laws are much weaker than peer nations.
The oil industry’s campaign to rewrite car emission rules (NY Times) Our car-addicted transportation system blocks climate progress (The Greenlining Institute) CA’s climate policy, shaped by the oil industry, is too weak (Vox) Why does California give free reign to leadfoots? (LA Times) Study finds cyclists exposed to less pollution than car drivers (The Guardian) […]
City removes required parking minimums and restricts car-oriented uses near its light rail stations.