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.
At long last, Saturday will see the opening of the Richmond San Rafael Bridge bike path. By some counts, the fight for the path has gone on for close to fifty years.
Increasing activity levels would reduce health burdens even more than cleaner air or reduced traffic injuries.
The Senate Governance and Finance and Assembly Transportation Committees held a joint hearing earlier this week to gather information on what the legislature needs to consider as it looks at regulations for the emerging “micromobility” industry. State legislators hope to avoid repeating mistakes made when ride-hail companies – Uber, Lyft, and the like, known as […]
TransForm proposes a new system of "rail-like rubber-tire transit" using managed lanes on area freeways
Despite staff recommendation to "wait and see," Commission agrees with need to stop requiring minimum parking at new developments
Among the hundreds of new laws signed by Governor Gavin Newsom in the weeks leading up to Sunday's deadline were a few related to transportation.
For the first time, California's top leader is calling for transportation funding to align with state goals on climate and the environment, and to help people cut back on driving