Public transit unlocks jobs, education, recreation, and other essential services for thousands of people across the country. But slow and unreliable service reduces access to opportunities for those who need it the most. Automated bus lane enforcement is a powerful tool to take back road space for transit riders.
Remember, to preserve the Promenade and make the park more accessible to all, Yes on Measure J, Yes on Measure N, No on Measure I.
The national association of city transportation officials cries foul as Ford and GM try an end run around the NHTSA for cars without steering wheels and brakes.
The Inflation Reduction Act is expected to reduce the country’s greenhouse gas emissions by channeling funding through tax credits, loans, and grants — but it's not a silver bullet.
BART Ending Mask Mandate Next Month (EastBayTimes, CBS, LATimes) More on Service Starting on Central Subway (RailwayAge, KALW, ProgressiveRailroading) Plan to Interline L Taraval and K Ingleside (SFStandard) Federal Bill Would Fund More Ferries (DailyRepublic) More than 200 Cyclists Doored (MissionLocal) Plans for Lake Merritt to South Hayward Greenway (Oaklandside) Critical Mass at 30 (SFExaminer) Parking Reform is Essential […]
Mayor Breed says COVID slow streets must ‘evolve.’ Next month brings a key debate on matching our roadways to climate and safety pledges.