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Eyes on the Overcrossing: Mokelumne Bike Bridge Opens

Bike East Bay deserves a thanks for pushing to get bike and pedestrian gaps filled in throughout the Bay Area

March 20, 2024

Commentary: The West Portal Tragedy and the Unfathomable Cost of Motordom

Unrestricted driving, wide forgiving roads, little to no physical infrastructure to force speed reductions, and no real police enforcement—this is the predictable and inevitable result

March 20, 2024

Lawmakers Launch Bill They Hope Will Make Bay Area Transit Awesome

But many advocates are already concerned it could provide funding for more highways. And will it really provide the seamless and equitable transit system everyone says they want?

March 18, 2024

Weekend Roundup: Speed Camera Update, East-Bay Greenway…

...and MTC plans to betray its mission, not to mention 40 years of advocacy, on the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge

March 15, 2024

Safety Activists Close a Lane on Franklin

Advocates, fed up with SFMTA's lack of action, closed one lane on one block outside Sherman Elementary. But the city that claims to never have resources to build safe streets turned it back into a surface-level freeway later the same morning

March 14, 2024

Superhero of Safer 17th

Streetsblog talks with Peter Belden, an independent advocate who helped lead the effort for a safer 17th

March 14, 2024

Weekend Roundup: 17th Street, AC Transit

... and a path in Marin is saved, maybe

March 8, 2024