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Sponsored Post : Seven Reasons to Embrace Open-Loop Ticketing NowBy Enghouse Transportation |
Open-Loop Ticketing Systems have been slower in getting established in the U.S. compared to Europe, but new bankcard technologies and rising consumer expectations have been quickly changing that. Covid-19 health concerns have added urgency to the need to quickly find and adopt contactless and flexible payment systems.
Today’s HeadlinesBy Melanie Curry |
Biking is not a crime (CalBike) The joys of walking (Planetizen) SDSU awarded grant to research safer streets for pedestrians, bicyclists (SDSU) A theory aimed at making communities better gives rise to paranoid hysteria, personal attacks (New York Times) USDOT allots $4.6M to California in emergency infrastructure (hwy) funding Stop building new highways (Bloomberg) Sustainable […]
Digging a Little Deeper Into Metro’s FY23-24 Proposed Highway BudgetBy Joe Linton |
Metro shuffles budget items around, which obscures how much its freeway expansion budget is increasing
How to Reframe the Narrative About Car DependencyBy Streetsblog |
On today's episode of The Brake, host Kea Wilson brings you an extended interview with Grant Ennis, author of Dark PR: How Corporate Disinformation Harms Our Health and the Environment. Listen now.
Vision Zero Under the Microscope: Why Aren’t Road Fatalities at 0 Yet?By Gabriel Baumgaertner |
Washington D.C. has failed to bring down road fatalities because its Vision Zero program is hampered by limited infrastructure improvements, low funding and inconsistent oversight, part one of a new report reveals.
Call to Action: Help Build a Better Valencia StreetBy Roger Rudick |
Only 13 percent of people supported abandoning the Dutch-style plan in favor of center-running in last year's SFMTA outreach. Decades of Dutch and Danish planning experience shows center-running doesn't work. But the city forges ahead despite public opinion and international best practices. Join a growing chorus and tell the city to stop gaslighting cyclists and build for safety, not parking.