New Bills Want to Regulate, Restrict E-bike Riding
Training is important, but requiring a license to ride a e-bike would have other negative consequences.
Caltrans Releases Long-Awaited Complete Streets Guidelines
So is Senator Scott Wiener's Complete Streets bill necessary? Yes, it is.
California Air Resources Board Announces Grants to Study Transportation Gaps
Twelve grants will go to local nonprofits, transit districts, tribal governments, and agencies in under-resourced communities
CTC Approves Controversial I-15 Expansion, After All
Commissioners had already made up their minds to approve, and cut short questions from Commissioner Joe Lyou to get it over with
Caltrans Issues Emergency Declaration for Orange County Rail
An emergency declaration means money can be allocated right away, but it's only a temporary solution to a problem that's been coming for a long time
Caltrans Asks Fresno Judge to Toss Highway Lawsuit on Legal Technicality
In Fresno, a court case against a highway widening meets an unexpected legal hurdle. Instead of just completing a public health impact study, Caltrans wants the court to dismiss a case on technical grounds.
California Transportation Commissioners: In a Tight Budget Year, Let’s Invest in the Future Instead of the Traffic-Choked Past
The decision to hit pause on the approval of $200 million in spending on a potentially problematic highway expansion is a show of basic fiscal responsibility.
Attempt to Undermine VMT Rules Becomes a Bill to Study Their Use Instead
The California Environmental Quality Act added Vehicle Miles Traveled (VMT) as a way to measure transportation impacts, and sprawl supporters are unhappy about it.