This is What Victory Looks like, Freeway Fighters
In the end, a lot of bad freeway projects die not with a bang, but a whimper. But we still need to celebrate the win.
‘Multimodal’ LA Freeway-Widening Project Out to Bid with No Multimodal Component
The "multimodal" project scope contains no bicycle or transit components, and, for pedestrians, merely re-installs the existing crosswalk and walk signals at the widened mouth of the off-ramp.
Scaled-Back LA Freeway Widening Will No Longer Destroy Residents’ Homes
Metro Senior Director Isidro Pánuco announced that the 605 Corridor Improvement Project will have no residential displacements as it will be kept within existing Caltrans right-of-way.
‘Freeway Exit’ Podcast Tells San Diego’s Freeway Histories of Growth, Displacement, and Division
"Freeways are not free. We pay for them in all kinds of ways — with our tax dollars, our time, our environment and our health."
Gas Taxes Are Going Up; What You Are Getting For Your Money?
Not every project funded by S.B. 1 aligns with California's climate goals, but what drivers are paying at the pump is definitely being spent to improve their travel. News media should adapt their headlines accordingly.
California Will Continue Funding Projects that Induce Driving, Despite State Policy
California's Climate Action Plan for Transportation Investments calls for putting state funding towards projects that reduce vehicle miles traveled. But CTC approved several VMT-inducing projects anyway.
Why Small Cities Torn Apart By Highways Need Extra Help to Heal
A new program will help smaller communities start the process of redesigning highways and other transportation investments that tore apart their communities — and shine a light on why it’s so hard for them to do it without outside help