Akron is tackling the problem in a systemic way: With road diets.
Welcome to a special podcast from Streetsblog California, wherein former SBLA and SBCAL editor Damien Newton interviews Elise Roy. Roy will be the opening speaker at PEDS COUNT 2018, which is hosted by California Walks. Roy is the founder of a consulting firm by the same name that specializes in helping designers understand how people […]
California will begin regulating emissions from ride-hail companies, sometime, soonish--and give them credit for bike-miles driven. Governor Brown signed that and several other livability bills.
SFMTA Promises Improvements at Deadly Intersection (SFExaminer) Clipper 2 Coming (EastBayTimes) More on JUMP Bikes Pilot and Popularity (SFBay) Oakland’s New Scooter Rules (EastBayTimes) Proposal to Limit Offices in Union Square (SFChron, SFExaminer) Housing Prices Segregating the Bay Area (SFChron) SF’s Overnight RV Parking Fight (SFExaminer, SFChron) Mobility Plans from Different Cities (Curbed) Unspoken Rules […]
SF Transit Riders hears from the six candidates for BART Board District 8, San Francisco
A new study shows, naturally enough, drivers are much more likely to safely pass cyclists on roads with protected bike lanes.