Eyes on the Street: Protected Bike Lanes Going in on Shellmound
It's short. But it's concrete. And more is coming.
Fresno to Host International Transportation Innovations Summit
PEDAL, a regional and international conference for transportation professionals, policymakers, active and multi-modal transportation advocates, will be held in Fresno on October 27.
Legislative Update: Governor Is Powering Through Bills
Decriminalizing fare evasion and sidewalk riding bills killed; Transparency and climate accountability bills signed; More to come
A Little Girl is Dead. But OakDOT Director Still Won’t Commit to Safety
OakDOT's Fred Kelley told the grandmother of a four-year-old girl killed on Lakeshore that the city can't build protected bike lanes on the east side of Lake Merritt, even though they would have saved the girl's life.
Study: Some Paint-Only Bike Lanes May Increase Crashes
Sharrows and paint don't make anyone feel safe. But are they really worse than nothing at all?
Culver City Plans Protected Bikeway on Overland Avenue
Culver City's proposed ~2.5 mile Overland bike facility is mostly new protected bike lanes (about a mile and a half), plus about a half-mile of new unprotected bike lanes at the north end, and a short stretch of bike route at the south end
Eyes on the Bridge: the Gilman Bike/Ped Overpass
It's going to be great. But do bike and ped projects always have to include more capacity for cars?
Commentary: Biking in the Bay Area vs. Belgium
A San Francisco cyclist reflects on the interplay of infrastructure, dangerously over-sized cars and trucks, and American driver attitudes
Active Transportation Program Cycle 6 Funding Finalized
California Transportation Commission adopted its staff recommendation for 134 projects prioritized by nine regional governments throughout California