San Francisco Assemblymember and former District 6 Supervisor Matt Haney was in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt earlier this month to attend the 27th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP27)
As shown in this map, Chicago’s land use policies have a major impact on our greenhouse gas emissions.
On November 8, voters across the country approved nearly $3.6 billion dollars in local funding for new bicycle infrastructure. Here are a few notable measures from across the country.
Supes to Vote on Slow Streets–but will it be a Network? (SFStandard) More on Great Highway Park Closures (SFExaminer) Transportation Officials Discuss Tolling (SFGate) VTA Fleet Falling Apart (SJSpotlight) Oakley Driver Hits Pedestrian (EastBayTimes) Santa Cruz Responds to Erosion by Closing Walkway, Not Auto Lane (SFGate) Locals Protest Against Road Safety in Tahoe (SFGate) Union […]
Lazy drivers ignore parking lot and block the "protected" bike lane on Fell, putting cyclists in danger -- over bagels
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