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New “Kings Arena” CEQA Bill Would Still Nix LOS in “Transit Priority Areas”

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Steinberg’s hasty press conference held after the passage of SB 743 Last night, both California’s Senate and Assembly passed SB 743, Senator Darrell Steinberg’s legislation that replaced his original CEQA reform bill, SB 731, which promised to end the reign of Level of Service (LOS)  in California urban planning. SB 743 would still eliminate of LOS to […]

SF Agencies Take Aim at Bureaucratic Obstacles to a Transit-First City

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San Francisco agencies are developing a wide-ranging program to streamline the funding and construction of improvements for walking, bicycling, and transit. The Transportation Sustainability Program (TSP) would reform the city’s transportation practices in three key areas: by eliminating reliance on the automobile-centric measuring stick known as Level of Service (LOS), by instituting a system of […]