Recommend Adoption of the Proposed Fiscal Year 2011/12 Annual Budget and Work Program – ACTION
When there's a serious or fatal crash, how common is it for the police to examine the driver's cell phone to determine whether distracted driving may have played a role?
The more far-flung the jobs in a region, the fewer are accessible via transit, biking, and walking -- or even a short, inexpensive car commute. And yet, in many states, economic development policies still contribute to long, burdensome commutes, especially for people who can't afford cars.
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Yesterday afternoon marked San Francisco's first death from traffic violence for 2017.
Governor Brown's budget proposal explicitly states that money for affordable housing will not come out of the State’s General Fund and no new funding sources will be available without significant reform to local laws that currently stand in the way of housing growth
California as a state ranks at number 17 for pedestrian risk, with 6,616 pedestrian deaths between 2005 and 2014. The California regions with the highest pedestrian fatality rates are Bakersfield, Riverside-San Bernardino-Ontario, Stockton-Lodi, Modesto, and Fresno.