Advocates in Portland are challenging the region's business-as-usual approach to transportation planning. They're sick of roads getting most of the funding pie, while transit, biking, and walking get crumbs.
Efforts to Save Caltrain Electrification (SFExaminer) Legal Maneuvering Against HSR (EastBayTimes) More on Warm Springs BART (EastBayTimes) Woman Attacked on BART (SFGate, EastBayTimes) Alamo Square Opening Delayed (Hoodline) Upper Haight School Wants to Ban Uber and Lyft (Hoodline) Ocean Beach Master Plan (SFExaminer) ABCs of Gentrification (KQED) Bay Area Rents Down (Curbed) Are High Rise […]
If San Francisco doesn’t want to end up flooded, it better learn from the Dutch. That was the theme of a panel discussion held yesterday afternoon at the San Francisco Bay Area Planning and Urban Research Association (SPUR)’s downtown location. “Holland has a culture of urgency. Compared to our experiences here, they’re not hung up about […]
Dozens of transit projects across the nation -- as well as walking and biking projects that count on funds from the TIGER program -- are under threat. Transportation for America is urging people to contact their representatives and oppose the cuts.
Cable Cars Going out for Repairs (SFExaminer, Curbed) SF Expands ‘Fix-it’ Program (SFChron, Hoodline) SF Committee Wants Chariot to Get Permits (SFBay) Permit Program Will Regulate Dockless Bike Share (SFBay) SF Wants Uber and Lyft Congestion Data (SFExaminer) More on Changes to Residential Parking (CBSLocal) Favorite Cities for People Priced Out of Bay Area (SFGate) […]