Asm. Friedman's A.B. 1401 would allow developers to "right-size" the number of parking spaces
France may soon pay its residents to trade their private cars for e-bikes, vehicle-share services, and even transit passes — and the move is re-igniting the conversation about unconventional ways our governments can subsidize the greenest modes of transportation.
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CAPTI sets a framework for planning transportation in a way that doesn't further destroy the environment, the economy, or the health of Californians, but some bristle at the idea of change.
We have met the enemy and it is the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices.
The U.S. Department of Transportation is re-branding one of its largest discretionary grant programs to explicitly reward regional and local governments who put equity and sustainability first in their transportation projects. But some advocates are holding their applause until they see how the department will actually define those critical terms.