Lots of important transit milestones going into the Memorial Day weekend. Three important items are listed below: 1) Livermore Extension Rejected. The BART Board, by a 5 to 4 vote, rejected the proposed Livermore extension of the Dublin/Pleasanton line down the center of I-580. The Chronicle did some excellent coverage of the dynamics of the […]
A major city center without cars? Madrid is going to come close sometime in the next year, says the administration of Mayor Manuela Carmena.
The city is on the verge of releasing a design guide that will expedite implementation of protected bike lanes on 450 miles of streets.
BART Votes Down Livermore Extension (SFChron, EastBayTimes) BART’s Antioch Train Opens Tomorrow (SFChron, EastBayTimes) SF Scooters Could Vanish in June (SFChron, SFExaminer, SFWeekly) Salesforce Tower Gondola to Launch in June (Hoodline, KGO) Bridge Tolls or Traffic? (SFWeekly) More on Civic Center Design Survey (Curbed) Bay Area Home Prices Hit Another Record High (SFChron) Were Homeless […]
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The city of Sacramento is rolling out major new bike facilities to make riding there pleasant and safe for all riders, through a combination of funding, clear policies and standards, and a staff on the lookout for opportunities to make quick, simple, inexpensive changes.