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Quick Legislative Update: Where Are the Bills Now?By Melanie Curry |
Here's a super quick and far from comprehensive update on some key street safety bills
Metro Regional Connector Downtown Subway Opens Friday June 16By Joe Linton |
The wait will soon be over for LA Metro's Regional Connector, which ties together three Metro lines – the A (Blue) Line, E (Expo) Line and L (Gold) Line.
Rail Problem: House GOP Wants to Undermine Trains Exactly When We Need Them MostBy Aaron Short |
The future of interstate rail travel is in jeopardy if the White House caves to House Republican spending cuts as part of the ongoing debt ceiling negotiations, advocates say.
Today’s HeadlinesBy Melanie Curry |
La Sombrita pile-on ignores an important story about women and transit (LA Times) A defense of La Sombrita (Bloomberg) Bay Area leaders push their Assembly rep hard over transit funding (SF Standard) BART rethinks its service schedule (NY Times) Americans don’t walk. Are we lazy or is it too dangerous? (Big Think) “Too complex, not […]
Redding Celebrates Launch of Shasta Bike Depot, New Electric Bike-share SystemBy Melanie Curry |
California transportation and climate action leaders showed up to celebrate the long-anticipated opening of Shasta Living Streets' new bike space, and to champion more biking and walking everywhere
Rezoning Proposal for Avocado Heights Riles Residents and ActivistsBy Chris Greenspon |
Much of the equestrian community’s agricultural zoning has been proposed for change to residential zoning. Planners say it’s not meant to push out horse use.