A long-term solution for e-scooter shares (The Atlantic) Report finds that half of the congestion in SF is from Uber, Lyft (SF Examiner) (Tech Crunch) (Boing Boing) SF Chronicle looks for “people behaving badly” as scooters are reintroduced to SF “Lane squeeze”–er, road diet, sidewalk improvements–proposed on SF’s 6th Street, where pedestrians are hit often […]
Caltrans should fix the freeway where vehicles repeatedly crash into the Metro Gold Line. At a minimum Caltrans should let Metro proceed with upgrades.
In an excerpt from his new book, Walkable City Rules, Jeff Speck says centerline stripes don't belong on residential streets.
Cargo bikes, not drones, are future of urban deliveries (Forbes) How to turn a car town into a bike town (NextCity) Can we go electric before it’s too late? (CityLab) Ventura County: Bridge project would end if Prop 6 passes (VCStar) Displacement after the Santa Rosa fire shows uneven outcomes for those with, without money […]
A five-star safety rating for pedestrian crashes would publicize some of the hazards of SUVs. But automakers and the Trump Administration might block the Obama-era reform.
The Beverly Hills School District staged what they called a "walkout" where students converged to rally against Metro. But it was no walkout.