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Measure HLA Is Now Officially Law for L.A. City

Check the city maps to find what bus, bike, and walk improvements are coming to streets in your neighborhood.

April 12, 2024

Talking Headways Podcast: Women’s Transportation Seminar

Sara Stickler of WTS International on women’s expertise in transportation and opportunities for mentorship, leadership and education.

Long-Awaited Report Reveals Widespread Parking Crime by NYPD

The overdue report confirms years of Streetsblog reporting on placard abuse, illegal parking and enforcement failures by the police under two mayors.

This week's headlines

Friday’s Headlines Are Still Unsafe

Traffic deaths are declining for those ensconced in thousands of pounds of steel. For the rest of us, not so much.

Don’t Call Thursday’s Headlines a Comeback

Transit ridership isn't all the way back yet, but it continues to climb after collapsing during COVID. Unfortunately, the financial effects of the pandemic on transit agencies still linger.

Wednesday’s Headlines Go Small

Is the era of big-ass trucks over? It's too soon to tell, but for now, consumers are turning to more reasonably sized (and priced) vehicles.

Honey, I Shrunk Tuesday’s Headlines

It's actually EV batteries that need shrinking due to the environmental damage caused by lithium mining, according to the CEO of Stellantis.

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Monday’s Headlines Go Downtown

Even as vacancies for downtown office space remain high, so are demands for walkability. So developers are building new downtowns in the suburbs.

‘You’re Getting an E-Bike!’ Colorado Plays Oprah with Rebates

“Four-hundred-and-fifty dollars is a generous tax credit that's enough to encourage people to open the door to what electric bikes can bring," said one advocate.

Googling Gersh Kuntzman’s ‘Criminal Mischief’? Look No Further…

It’s been a big week for our editor Gersh Kuntzman’s fight against people who deface or cover their plates to avoid being held accountable for reckless driving.

Friday’s Headlines Are a Double Whammy

A second federal judge ruled against a Biden administration rule requiring states to report their transportation emissions, siding with a group of red states that sued.

New Jersey’s Case Against Congestion Pricing Hits Troubled Waters

The Garden State's lawyer exposed the holes in its case by failing to cite any provision to back his claim that "the obligation of NEPA is to mitigate everywhere you find impacts."

Talking Headways Podcast: Culture Change in Cleveland

India Birdsong Terry of the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority on leadership, hiring and culture change at Ohio's largest transit agency.

Eclipse Special: Bad Moon Rising for Transit Users Who Want to See the Show

The eclipse will bring darkness to a swath of the country — but also shed some light on how bad our transit is.

How Feds Can Help End Racially Biased Policing on the Roads

Policing is often seen as a state or local issue — but US DOT could play a huge role in encouraging better practices, a new report argues.

Thursday’s Headlines Are On the Up and Up

Traffic deaths remain alarmingly high at over 40,000 last year despite falling slightly from 2022, according to new FWHA data.

Wednesday’s Headlines Say the Car Loans Are Too Damn High

Hey automakers, let's put some more small cars for sale in the U.S., OK?

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