What New Yorkers Get — And Don’t Get — In The New Citi Bike Deal
There's a new deal to expand the Citi Bike electric vehicle fleet — but how good is it? Let the Explainer fill you in.
California Transportation Commission Chair: “Widen Freeways for the People”
Every dollar spent on widening highways right now is a dollar not spent on better, cleaner, safer, and more sustainable alternatives. It is also a dollar that will require future dollars to be spent in order to maintain what it is building today. Widening highways now is a way to keep the status quo in place for years into the future, when we need to change that status quo.
Highways to Hell: How One Country is Rethinking Road Investment
The Wales Roads Review – an unprecedented examination of whether investment in over fifty local road schemes should continue – signals high-profile change by the Welsh Government, prompted by the climate emergency.
What Is to Become of Southern California’s Coastal Rail Corridor?
Emergency repairs are done, and now there will be more studying of the problems.
California’s State Transportation Officials Say We ‘Need to Drive Less’
The draft Carbon Reduction Strategy is being circulated for public comment by August 18.
How Can Buses Be Sped Up?
And what do state and regional agencies plan to do about it?
CA Wins Federal Grants to Support Transit in “Areas of Persistent Poverty”
These are competitive grants for planning, engineering, or developing transit service improvements in historically disadvantaged communities.
Recommendations for Calif. Gas Tax- Funded Programs Announced
California Transportation Commission will consider adoption of staff recommendations for Solutions for Congested Corridors, Trade Corridors Enhancement, and Local Partnership programs at their June meeting.