Slow Streets and Great Highway Park victories in San Francisco, fire code disaster averted in Oakland
A new initiative aims to put thousands of purpose-built transportation bikes in the hands of people in underserved countries — and in the process, sparking a conversation about the role of bike design itself in making green mobility accessible.
S.F. Slow Streets are Here to Stay (SFChron) Great Highway Park to Remain Open to People Weekends, Friday Afternoons (SFChron, SFExaminer) Data Confirms that Slow Streets Reduce Crashes (SFChron) Transit Ridership Growing (NewGeography) More on BART Dropping ‘Excursion’ Fare (SFGate) Community Hub Breaks Ground Near McLaren Park (SFStandard) Ways to Help Homeless People Find Homes […]
"We have concerns about this technology now — not even considering how complex it might someday become," said one report author.
S.F. Supes Will Vote on Great Highway, Many Other Measures (SFStandard) Car Pollution Worsening, Post Pandemic (SFChron) More on Possible Penalties for Oil Companies (SFExaminer) Bill to Make it Easier to Turn Parking Lots, Gas Stations into Housing (SFChron) What Will Adeline Street/Ashby BART Look Like in the Future? (Berkeleyside) Oakland May Cite People for […]
URGENT: Advocates want the Oakland City Council to pull Rule D105.2 (commonly referred to as the “26-foot rule”) from the fire Code [Council item S15] at Tuesday December 6's Council meeting and send it to the Public Safety Committee for discussion and revision.