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California Bike Coalition Sets An Ambitious Reform Agenda for 2013

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The top priority for California bicycle advocates this year? To ensure state funding for biking and walking gets better, not worse. That’s according to California Bicycle Coalition (CalBike) President Dave Snyder, who recently spoke with Streetsblog to lay out the organization’s goals and strategies in its 2013 legislative agenda, both in the capitol and across […]

Supes Reject Legal Appeal Against Fell/Oak Bikeways and Ped Upgrades

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A legal appeal filed against protected bike lanes and pedestrian safety upgrades on three blocks of Fell and Oak Streets was rejected unanimously by the Board of Supervisors yesterday. Construction on the project, currently underway the SF Municipal Transportation Agency beginning with the Fell Street protected bike lane, will not be halted by the appeal. […]

Paradise LOSt (Part III): California’s Revolutionary Plan to Overhaul Transportation Analysis

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Transportation consultants and planners associated with the San Francisco Transportation Authority’s (TA) ATG working group sent excited bursts of email to each other earlier this month about a new development coming from the state Office of Planning and Research (OPR), the body responsible for writing and amending the CEQA guidelines related to transportation and traffic.  […]