Welcoming the World to a San Francisco without Cable Cars?
San Francisco plans to shut down most of the cable car system and the T Third will only run between Market and Chinatown for the APEC conference
Fresno Aims High
"Fun is not a frivolity." Fun and play not only positively affect mental and physical health, they are key to a city's economic prosperity. And Fresno already has it.
CA Is Drafting its Interregional Transportation Improvement Program and Wants Your Input
Two hearings (Wednesday November 1 and November 8) discuss the program's purpose and take public comments on interregional transportation needs
Huchiun Park Opens in Emeryville
The little city that can (have bike lanes, have bike/ped bridges, have safe streets) just got a brand new park
Eyes on the Street: Protected Bike Lanes Going in on Shellmound
It's short. But it's concrete. And more is coming.
Call to Action: Urge SFMTA to Install Speed Cameras Faster
A.B. 645, the speed camera bill, was signed into law earlier this month. Now SFMTA says it needs another year just to study where to put them.
Breaking News: Jannelle Wong to Leave S.F. Bicycle Coalition
Wednesday afternoon Jannelle Wong, Executive Director of the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition since April of 2022, announced that she will step down.
Select California Cities to Finally Get Speed Cameras
After six years of trying, it's now the law: several California cities can, at long last, "pilot" the proven tool of Automated Speed Enforcement
San Mateo County Continues 101 Widening
Despite all the evidence that induced demand is making things worse, the SMCTA will just keep digging its own hole
BART’s ‘Tactile Guideways’ Help Visually Impaired People Navigate
Wayfinding on public transit can be challenging enough for people with 20/20 vision. For the blind and visually impaired, tactile and audible cues are essential.