Streetsblog tipster Dan Crosby brought this to our attention: due to road work on San Jose, the intersections with Guerrero and Dolores are even more confusing and dangerous for people on bikes. From Crosby’s email to Streetsblog: There’s been some major (and much-needed) repaving work done recently on San Jose and Guerrero, between Cesar Chavez and […]
In the Twin Cities, people living in multi-family housing - apartments, condos, or any kind of dwelling that shares walls with its neighbors - travel by car 25 percent less than people who live in single-family homes. And they get around by walking, biking, and transit much, much more.
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The Bay Area is in danger from sea level rise, and the organization “Resilient by Design” wants ideas and plans for how to make sure a storm surge, or even the ongoing effects of incremental climate change and erosion don’t lead to disaster, by building resiliency into coastal infrastructure. That was the crux of a […]
Oregon has led the way in developing an alternative to the gas tax, with a pilot program that levies a fee on vehicle miles traveled. While the Oregon Department of Transportation has spent years developing the mileage-based program and is ready to expand it to all vehicles statewide, it's not part of the massive transportation spending package under discussion at the legislature.