Metro transit/bike/walk initiatives reduce GHG emissions by 2.7 million MTCO2e, while Metro highway expansions would increase emissions by 2.6 million to 10.1 million MTCO2e
A.B. 917 is especially groundbreaking because it also authorizes automated enforcement of bus stop no-parking zones – so an agency doesn’t have to have bus lanes to benefit from this law. Illegally parked vehicles blocking parts of bus stops create safety hazards for riders boarding and exiting the bus, especially for riders with disabilities.
City decides to allow cars on Middle Drive/MLK bike connector but forgets to promote outreach meetings, equity survey
Uber may become more like a conventional taxi service, but it has permanently screwed workers.
Active transportation bills poised to reach the Governor’s desk (CalBike) Public transit employees were hit hard by COVID (LA Times, SF Chronicle) CAHSRA certifies EIR for northern segment (CAHSRA) More on Bay Area universal transit pass (Mercury News) That deadly Windsor Hills crash was the tip of an iceberg (LA Times) LA Metro looking for […]
Unpacking some of the thorny legal details of this dispute, and a discussion of the outstanding questions that the state needs to resolve to advance WAV ride-hailing accessibility.