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 authors called it a "new California compact for a better, greener life for all."
Or, put another way: why don't more public agency directors and staff, especially those working on climate and air quality issues, use - or encourage - active transportation?
Step one: creating a Memorandum of Understanding between BART and Berkeley so they can work together. The MOU will guide Berkeley's accelerated rezoning of these two parcels.
The state's "seismic" shift from measuring congestion to assessing new travel has been a glacial but inexorable change
The new issue of Transfers Magazine contains research on ride-hail, carless households, transit, and parking.
Zero Fatalities Task Force report due soon, but since it has been meeting in closed-door sessions it's anyone's guess what its recommendations will be