On June 27, downtown Santa Cruz celebrated the opening of Pacific Avenue's one-way green contraflow bike lane.
All these men bear a portion of the blame for what happened to Heather Heyer in Charlottesville -- their bills fed an undercurrent of rage against people exercising their right to assemble.
Here are this week’s highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Monday/tonight! Intermediate Urban Biking. Already feel reasonably comfortable riding your bike in the city? Have a good sense of your rights and responsibilities? Then it’s time for you to develop your skills even further. This brand-new classroom course teaches more advanced skills and techniques: riding in all […]
Hit-and-run in SOMA leaves man with life-threatening injuries (Hoodline) Protected bike lane near UC Berkeley nearing completion (East Bay Times) BART has an excess of pre-loaded Clipper cards (SFGate) Oakland housing construction is on track, but falling behind on affordable housing (Hoodline) Caltrans is hiring (BakersfieldNow) Guy with money rails against high-speed rail, but has […]
Someday, it will be possible to board a train in downtown San Francisco and arrive less than three hours later in downtown Los Angeles. Until that day comes, you can track the progress of construction on the California High-Speed Rail Authority's new interactive construction update page.
Traffic deaths in the U.S. are mounting, reaching more than 40,000 last year, and, according to a recent draft report by the National Transportation Safety Board, speed is the overlooked factor. The NTSB reported that speeding accounts for about 10,000 deaths a year — as many as drunk driving. One of the agency’s key recommendation was to change the way […]