Big news today on transit, bike share and old trolleys.
Nearly 100 new cars and SUVs released in the United States this year will come equipped with automatic emergency braking systems that proponents will protect pedestrians on our streets — but some advocates wants the government set to stronger standards to ensure they actually work in all road contexts.
An entire fifth of the largest pot of federal money that’s explicitly promised to active transportation users was actually given to drivers last year — and advocates say it’s critical that we support a package of legislation that makes it harder for states to rob people who walk and roll to pay people who pilot automobiles, while also expanding the pie.
Yes, today's headlines feature Elon Musk. But lots of other news, too!
Eighty-three seconds. That’s how much time passed between the moment deputies from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department (LASD) first stood at the door of the Cudahy home of Isaias Cervantes, a 25-year-old autistic man who is hard of hearing and suffering from depression and anxiety, and the firing of the shot that may have […]
One thing we hear over and over: low or no-cost transit is a good thing. Plus all the other news.