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.
Chair Jim Frazier threatens to derail it if he doesn't see amendments he wants, but votes it out of committee
S.B. 127 requires investing in safety for road users that are outside of cars when making improvements for vehicle traffic, and calls for an equitable approach for those investments.
Caltrans already has some Complete Streets policies in place, but it doesn't follow them. That's one reason.
Engineers say it will "improve flow and reduce congestion." A long, looping path will keep bikes and pedestrians separated from traffic.
California State Auditor report finds that CSU did not do enough to plan alternative ways of reaching campus
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One-year program is a good investment that its backers hope to renew and expand countywide
A few bills passed today's Senate Transportation Committee
Every two years, the California Bicycle Coalition convenes a summit to talk about how we are making our communities better places for bicycling, and how we can do even more. This year the summit will be held in downtown Los Angeles, within walking distance of Union Station, October 15-17, 2019. The summit will include three […]