BART has launched a pilot project at 16th Street/Mission and Pleasant Hill stations of a new type of bike storage security device. They’re called “Bike Keep” racks, but Streetsblog prefers to call them the “Green Machines.” Register to use them here. From the BART release on the new rack/Clipper-activated locking devices: A new generation of […]
A recent survey commissioned by the California Bicycle Coalition found the California voters favor investments in a multi-modal, inclusive transportation system. More than two thirds of the California voters surveyed said they support investing in “complete streets” that are safe for all users, not just people in cars. And nearly half said they believe such […]
BART Passes ‘Safe Transit Policy’ (SFGate, SFExaminer, EastBayTimes) BART Rescinds Seat Hog Rule (EastBayTimes, SFBay) BART Tax on Paper Tickets (EastBayTimes, SFBay) More on Caltrain Funding Sales Tax (EastBayTimes) Muni Fare Increase (SFBay) A Profile of the SFMTrA (KALW) Pedestrian Struck in Chinatown (Hoodline) SF Needs Over 70,000 Apartments (SFWeekly) Giants Lose, Ferry Ridership Drops […]
This week we’re joined by Patrick Oliva, co-founder of the Paris Process on Mobility and Climate, to talk about the decarbonization of transport. The conversation touches on the electrification of the transportation sector and what it means for climate change, the role cities need to play in the Paris process and what levels of government work best to address climate change, and what the focus should be for mayors in the coming decade.