Assemblymember Alex Lee's A.B. 413 would prohibit vehicles from parking or stopping at the curb within twenty feet of a marked crosswalk or intersection
But the fight for a car-free Telegraph continues even as the Berkeley City Council approves funding to solicit bids for the Southside Complete Streets Project
In spite of the city's pressing housing shortage and ambitious climate goals, which call for fewer cars on Boston's streets, project approvals for 2022 include more parking and less housing compared to 2021.
The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law program will give California communities $133 million for road safety projects and plans
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More than half of the U.S. population will soon live in cities or counties with a Safe Streets action plan in place, thanks to a wave of new funding from Washington – but advocates say it will take money and sustained community pressure to ensure those plans are realized.