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.
CALCOG support Senator Allen's SCA 1, which would authorize voters to repeal Article 34 of the state constitution that requires voter approval of public funded affordable housing rental projects.
A highlight of the joint ARB-CTC meeting was the joint presentation by the 8 valley metropolitan planning organizations. Their presentations highlight several programs throughout the region that were bearing fruit in terms of community building and reducing emissions.
Many people associate regional governments with transportation planning and SB 375. But they are so much more. Skipping the history of regional governments, we cut to the chase with nine takeaways.
WRCOG executie director explains that Councils of Governments (COGs) are flexible (vague) institutions well-positioned to provide cost-effective regional approaches to issues affecting individual localities.
On June 27, the California Transportation Commission and the Air Resources Board met for its first joint meeting, which is now required twice a year. Here, we share 9 observations about this new relationship
We draw 8 lessons from RCTC's statement of reasons for the support of Proposition 69 (to protect new transportation revenues from Legislative diversion ) and oppose the effort to repeal the authorization of those new revenues adopted last year under SB 1.
Former NARC executive director discusses the potential of "regional charters" as a means of improving the governance to address the critical problems many communities face.