California Makes Strides, Pledges Funds, to Eliminate Diesel Truck FleetBy Damien Newton | | No Comments
Industry leaders are concerned state lacks infrastructure to meet this goal
Brightline Releases Environmental Documents for High-Speed Rail from Victorville to Las VegasBy Damien Newton | | No Comments
The interested public can weigh in Brightline's plans
Will AB 371 Help Keep Sidewalks Safe or Kill Micromobility (or Both)?By Damien Newton | | No Comments
What those costs would be to the micromobility providers can be estimated, but not guaranteed, because no insurance company offers insurance at those rates to bike and scooter share companies.
Meet the Board Podcast Series: Marven Norman in the Inland EmpireBy Damien Newton | | No Comments
After a six-year hiatus, Marven returns to a Streetsblog California podcast.
L.A. Times Needs to Stop High Speed GaslightingBy Roger Rudick and Damien Newton | | No Comments
Once again, the L.A. Times's most irresponsible reporter repeats battery train blather
Legislative Update: Here’s What Bills Are Still Alive in the Senate and AssemblyBy Damien Newton | | No Comments
The latest from Sacramento
Legislative Update: Last Gasp for Important Legislation as Bills Sail Through CommitteesBy Damien Newton | | No Comments
In the next few days, current bills that have already passed their house of origin are being heard by committees in the other house. All must be passed – or held, or die – before the legislature goes on summer break, starting this Friday, July 16.
San Diego Making “Modest But Real” Gains on Vision Zero GoalBy Damien Newton | | No Comments
San Diego has seen a decrease in traffic fatalities and in bicycle and pedestrian fatalities – but that the city has a long way to go to reach its goals.
Bill to Decriminalize “Jaywalking” Sails Through Assembly Transportation CommitteeBy Damien Newton | | No Comments
A.B. 1238 heads to the Assembly floor for final passage before heading to the State Senate.
Building a Better “Faster Bay Area” w/ Angie SchmittBy Damien Newton | | No Comments
A chat with Angie Schmitt, a past editor with Streetsblog USA and author of the upcoming book, "Right of Way: Race, Class, and the Silent Epidemic of Pedestrian Deaths in America”