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Legislative Update: Mostly Positive Results for Active Transportation Bills at MidpointBy Jared Sanchez |
Note: The California Bicycle Coalition’s Jared Sanchez put together an update on current bills pertaining to active transportation. Because many of these are the same bills that Streetsblog is watching, it makes sense to just include his update here, rather than rewrite the same thing all over again. June 2 was the deadline for all […]
The Fires This Time: There is No Plan to Limit Driving During Health Emergencies Like This OneBy Gersh Kuntzman |
City officials admitted on Wednesday that they have no plan to deal with pollution like the city is experiencing today — not even an emergency health protocol to require mandatory carpooling.
‘Low No’ is a Blow to the Electric Bus Transition, Advocates SayBy John Besche |
A federal grant program aimed at speeding America’s transition to zero-emissions transit is being undermined by a requirement that one-quarter of the spending be allocated to low-polluting vehicles — leading to shortages in grants to agencies seeking to bolster their no-pollution fleet.
The 15 Best Arguments for Bike Boosters: Part ThreeBy Kiran Herbert |
People for Bikes recently developed a a 15-point fact sheet to help counteract misconceptions that often arise when advocating for change, as well as to promote strategies we know work. Here's the third installment.
Male cyclist, 43, critically injured in Wrightwood/Pulaski crash, driver not ticketedBy John Greenfield |
Hopefully CPD Major Accidents investigation of security camera footage of the crash will help clarify what really happened during this tragic incident.
Q&A with Supervisor Myrna MelgarBy Roger Rudick |
She rides her bike (and not just for photo ops) and shows up to demand better bike lanes across district boundaries. Streetsblog decided it was time for a talk