Complete Streets Symposium in Sacramento

"The  symposium is being organized by the Local Government Commission with  participation from the Sacramento Complete Streets Coalition and funded by  the Sacramento County Metropolitan Air Quality Management District."

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Today’s Headlines

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SMART Commuter Train in North Bay Gets Federal Funds in Omnibus Bill (Press Dem) Questions Asked About Future of Jack London Square Amid Recession (SF Gate) New Oakland A’s Stadium Near Jack London Square a Possibility (SF Gate) A Further Look At Sacramento Complete Streets With Public Meeting (Sac Bee) Tom Vanderbilt Examines the Perfect […]

Sacramento to Debate How to Allocate Stimulus Funds this Week

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TransForm tells Streetsblog San Francisco that legislators in Sacramento have prepared draft legislation for how the state should spend federal stimulus money on transportation projects and that there is important advocacy that needs to be done to improve it.  AB X3 20 will be introduced imminently and debated this week.  TransForm’s action alert calls on […]

Streetsblog Hiring a Reporter to Cover Statewide News Out of Sacramento

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Streetsblog is happy to announce the opening of a new, full-time Sacramento-based reporting position to cover livable streets news from around California and the state capitol beginning in early 2014. The writer would cover the state legislature, executive branch, Caltrans, high-speed rail, and other issues outside of the greater Los Angeles and Bay Areas, working […]