A potentially groundbreaking new tool could help give US planners key insights into the most dangerous segments of their road network — and how to fix them — with the click of a single button. The only problem? An automaker made it.
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Alex Davies new book, "Driven: The Race to Create the Autonomous Car," offers a glimpse into an industry that will rapidly upend our transportation landscape — and some worry will kill even more vulnerable road users.
Until yesterday, transit workers were recognized as essential workers who should be prioritized for vaccinations against COVID. Then state plans changed and transit workers are left wondering why they've been left out.
SFMTA has done almost everything possible to hamstring its own rail service, so why hold back... Or the city could act on its supposed commitment to equity and 'transit first' and fix the T.
The City of Berkeley will be considering this question on Tuesday afternoon, when the City Council is scheduled to once again take up the topic of minimum parking regulations