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07/24/2014
Big oil hides behind good intentions, but don’t be fooled  There’s a new movement underway to deceive California voters, keep us dependent on costly oil for decades to come, pollute our...
07/22/2014
South San Francisco, “The Industrial City” and birthplace of biotechnology, wants also to be known for its walkable, bike-friendly, and economically vibrant downtown. The city’s new Draft...
07/17/2014
Low-income youth already face huge challenges when it comes to succeeding in school. Just getting to school shouldn’t be one of them. Yet throughout California, it’s often too perilous - and...
Soccer Team Bus Battle - Brazil Bus Rapid Transit
07/09/2014
Here in the United States, we often make comparisons to Europe and Asia when looking for examples of world-class public transportation. But like the World Cup, we shouldn’t overlook the...
GreenTRIP certified First Community Housing project in San Jose
07/08/2014
What could developers do with $2.4 billion and more space? What could families do with another $8,000 in their pockets? How many more parks, plazas and bike lanes could a city make if we added more...
Photo: Alameda County Transportation Commission
06/30/2014
Earlier this year, Public Advocates and Urban Habitat filed suit against the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) over the agency's outdated Countywide Transportation Plan (CTP)...
Happy BART Rider
06/20/2014
The BART Board's decision to set the fare for the Oakland Airport Connector at $6 per ride instead of a proposed $4 fare on June 12 was a huge victory for everyday BART riders.  When...
California's landmark budget agreement on cap-and-trade leads the nation.
06/13/2014
 Yesterday, the Governor and Legislature reached an agreement for investing billions in cap-and-trade proceeds for this coming year, as well as a framework for future years. It reflects many of...
06/03/2014
This November, Alameda County voters will face a big decision: whether to approve the proposed extension and increase of Alameda County’s transportation funding measure. The $7.8 billion plan...
05/21/2014
San Mateo County officials agree! Testing innovative approaches to reduce traffic on Highway 101 is a necessity – especially since the gridlocked corridor offers passage between two massive...

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