Here are this week’s highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Tuesday Drinks and Discourse with BART’s Grace Crunican. Hear a discussion with Grace Crunican, the general manager of BART who oversees a staff of 3,600 full-time employees and $40 billion of transportation infrastructure that links the region. She’ll talk about her career path, the challenges of running […]
How to Move HSR Forward (Curbed) Can Governor Save HSR? (BayCityBeacon) Timeline of HSR’s Woes (SFChron) Transbay District Has Arrived (SFChron) Two New Ferry Terminals (SFChron) First Ford GoBike Station Heading to Marina (SFExaminer) More on Rosa Parks Seats (Curbed) Drop in Bike Theft (SFExaminer) Lime Cuts Back on Bicycles (SFChron) Motorist Hits Pedestrian in […]
As we watch our brave politicians compromise to build a ‘barrier’ in lieu of a border wall, it’s a good time to remember we have a weapon that’s far more effective at keeping the poor and huddled masses off our (unsustainable) lawns: exclusionary zoning.
Denver City Councilman Albus Brooks wanted to cheer on public school teachers as they returned to work on Thursday, but chose to celebrate in a way that risked the lives of his neighbors: he videotaped himself as he was driving.