Streetsblog California editor Melanie Curry has been thinking about transportation, and how to improve conditions for bicyclists, since her early days commuting by bike to UCLA long ago. She was Managing Editor at the East Bay Express, and edited Access Magazine for the University of California Transportation Center. She also earned her Masters in City Planning from UC Berkeley.
The California legislative clock is ticking down to August 31.
A federal transportation subcommittee—on Railroads, Pipelines, and Hazardous Materials—held a hearing on high-speed rail that wasn't as hostile as its chair seemed to promise
We've been down this road before.
ARTBA says that last year's gas tax increase, expected to bring in $5.2 billion in annual revenue, will add $18.3 billion yearly to the California economy.
An emotional discussion did not sway the majority from accepting staff recommendations setting staggered expiration dates for new 6-year terms
In the most recent California Planning & Development Report, Josh Stevens draws attention to a “quixotic” and “aggressively worded” lawsuit filed in April against the Air Resources Board and its 2017 Scoping Plan.
This bill could give Uber and Lyft a strong interest in making bike-share successful and encouraging its use--and could also motivate them to support cities in improving bike infrastructure to get more people riding them.
After being amended in the Senate Transportation and Housing Committee last week, the e-scooter bill A.B. 2989 has been reduced a single change in the vehicle code, regarding wearing helmets.