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Right Size Parking
Ann Cheng Headshot
08/09/2013
From the city center to the suburbs, there’s an oversupply of parking – and it’s costing us all a lot of money. You might find this hard to believe. We’ve all suffered in the search for...
California Homes & Jobs Act
Joshua Stark Headshot
08/06/2013
Monday, August 12, promises to be a very interesting and important day for California transportation at the State Capitol. No fewer than five bills relating to the future of safe and sustainable...
East Bay Bus Rapid Transit
Joël Ramos Headshot
08/01/2013
On Tuesday night, the Oakland City Council voted to keep AC Transit's Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project for International Boulevard moving. This second unanimous approval of BRT from the Oakland City...
California Transportation Commission
Joshua Stark Headshot
07/31/2013
Two important transportation issues come to a head this August at the Capitol: Assembly Speaker John Peréz’s bill, AB 1290, and, the Administration’s attempts to create a single funding pot for...
Joël Ramos Headshot
07/30/2013
The Oakland City Council voted unanimously – again – to enter into agreements with AC Transit to advance Bus Rapid Transit along International Boulevard. There are still some...
Ryan Wiggins Headshot
07/23/2013
Even as the Governor was loaning the first $500 million in auction revenues from cap-and-trade to the General Fund, many innovative transportation programs have been launched at the local and...
Clarrissa Cabansagan Headshot
07/19/2013
If all you did was read the newspapers this morning, you’d think that a raging mob of Tea Party activists were the only people who showed up for last night’s final hearing on Plan Bay Area. The...
Joël Ramos Headshot
07/01/2013
BART riders hoping to take their bicycles on the train today might have been wishing instead that the new Bay Bridge bike lanes were complete! Today was supposed to be the launch of a much-...
Joshua Stark Headshot
06/26/2013
Just as the long days of summer are enticing more Californians to get out and enjoy a walk or bike ride, the state’s main funding streams for bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure improvements have...
Joël Ramos Headshot
06/24/2013
It doesn’t make a lot of sense to plan an addition to your house if the roof is leaking and the foundation needs work. First, you should make sure your house isn’t going to fall down. The same goes...

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