This article explains the source of the so called seven percent gap between the GHG emission reductions called for in ARB's Scoping Plan from reduced VMT from cars and light trucks and the high end of the SB 375 targets.
Solano Transportation Authority formed and Equity Working Group that adopted new equity planning principles that seek to reflect the county's diversity and assure greater fairness in policy and project delivery.
MTC developed a public engagement tool to educate and engage the public around regional transportation planning constraints. It became an effective means for getting broad public input on plan elements.
GoHuman is SCAG's community outreach campaign to increase safety and encourage people to walk and bike more through education, advocacy, and events that help residents re-imagine their streets to promote safe walking and biking. Update: SCAG just received a grant for another year of funding for this program.
LA Metro recently published a first-of-its-kind study (in the US) entitled "Understanding How Women Travel.” It is a frank assessment of the challenges faced by women when using the Metro system – from traveling with kids and strollers to safety to fares.
AMBAG partners with a number organizations to study the climate impacts on Highway 1 near the environmentally important Elkhorn Slough, home to a wide variety of birds and marine life, including very cute sea otters.
Overview (and links to resources) that explains why transportation planning agencies are worried about the SAFE Rule to roll back fuel efficiency standards in California.
Tulare County Association of Governments plays an important supporting role for award winning (and grant winning) affordable housing projects that integrate transportation and transit elements into the project, including a critical roundabout in the City of Lindsay.
An overview of the comments and discussion between newly appointed CalSTA Secretary at the executive directors group meeting.