Sacramento transit planners asked residents about their needs and preferences, and discussed the trade-offs. Now they've put out a draft proposal for a new, higher-frequency bus network.
Is a human in a car equal to a human on foot, on bike, or on public transportation?
Your apps know where you are, and are selling your data (NY Times) Good pedestrian and bicyclist data is hard to come by (Eno Transportation) Berkeley city council approves scooters—for now (Berkeleyside) Public expectations for San Jose Google campus (Silicon Valley Business Journal) Citing racial disparities, cities rethink punishment for transit fare evasion (Governing) There’s […]
"Yes it helped. Of course it helped," explained Rose in a call last week. "Everything happened so fast, and there was so much to take care of. To know we had a place to stay every night we needed it was a huge help."
2018 was the year of the scooter, and Santa Monica was its epicenter (Curbed) San Jose gives a scooter ultimatum (RouteFifty) The quick, cheap transportation of the future: Lime scoots around the globe (SF Chronicle) Build bike-share for equity first (Medium) Governor-elect Newsom speaks in Fresno in support, criticism of High Speed Rail project (ABC) […]
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