More Money for Sustainable Transportation
Caltrans awards $54 million in planning grants for regions aligning planning with climate, equity, and mobility goals
Affordable Housing and Sustainable Communities Grants Approved
Almost $800 million for 21 projects will supply 2,552 new housing units accompanied by sustainable transportation options for residents.
Speed Camera Bill Has Bent Over Backwards to Answer Opponents
But some of them will not be satisfied no matter what
It’s Safe to Ride Transit
BART ridership is still only at about forty percent of its pre-pandemic levels, and that media-fed perception of danger might be one factor in the slow recovery rate.
Study: Advanced Tech Could Help Prevent 250,000 Traffic Deaths Over 30 Years — But It’s Not a ‘Silver Bullet’
And no, we're not talking about "fully autonomous vehicles."
Grocery Delivery May Not Reduce Driving As Proponents Claim, Data Show
Is grocery delivery a "sustainable practice, or congestion generator and environmental burden?" a new paper asks.
Bill to Fund Transit with Bridge Toll Hike Paused
While some Bay Area legislators supported the idea of raising bridge tolls to help fund transit, there was enough opposition that its author, Senator Scott Wiener (D-San Francisco), decided to put S.B. 532 on ice for now.
Can California’s High Speed Rail Be Built Faster?
The answer is yes, with stronger cooperation and buy-in from state and federal leaders.
How Four Black Advocates Are Charting a Path to a More Inclusive Bike Community
Streetsblog talked to four Black bike advocates in Atlanta, Los Angeles, and the Twin Cities to get a snapshot of how they're fighting to overcome challenges and expand the vision for what a Black cycling community could look like.
What Is to Become of Southern California’s Coastal Rail Corridor?
Legislative committee gets an update: Emergency repairs are done, and now there will be more studying of the problems.