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Cap-and-trade auctions should fund clean transportation
Ryan Wiggins Headshot
11/19/2013
Today, polluters are lining up for the fifth auction of greenhouse gas emissions allowances under California’s landmark cap-and-trade climate program. Companies that produce climate pollution...
Transportation and Equity in the Bay Area Rapid Transit System
Joshua Stark Headshot
11/08/2013
How we move has a deep and dramatic impact on our lives. Let’s face it: much of our lives are dedicated just to getting from one place to another, or from addressing the impacts of how others...
Joshua Stark Headshot
11/01/2013
California’s first year of the 2013–2014 legislative session has ended, and the results are mixed. Some great gains were made for walking and biking, one reform effort was stalled while another...
Kids Using Active Transit
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09/27/2013
Over the past year, TransForm and our allies have diligently advocated for programs that would protect the best of our State's efforts, while increasing efficiency and prioritizing the health and...
End of the legislative session ahead
Joshua Stark Headshot
09/12/2013
Tomorrow is the second Friday in September, and that means it’s crunch time in Sacramento. This week has seen a flurry of action on transportation choices bills as state leaders rush to complete...
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...
California Transportation Commission
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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...
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...
Ryan Wiggins Headshot
06/03/2013
Any minute now, we could get news about the budget – and the future of the state’s climate program. Two weeks ago, when Governor Brown proposed indefinitely loaning the first $500...
Shannon Tracey Headshot
05/15/2013
Even as he acknowledged that we are nearing a climate tipping point and that it will take two more years to recover the jobs lost during the Great Recession, Governor Brown yesterday released a...

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