July 15, 2020

ClimatePlan recently developed a vision for how to use existing transportation dollars in the short-term to speed economy and health recovery during and after the pandemic, as well as long-term solutions to advance public and active transportation.  We were pleased to join the letter, along with many other partners.  The letter details how the state can prioritize active and pu

July 15, 2020

Also at the June CTC meeting, Commissioners and the public listening in were treated to a presentation by Dr. Charles Brown of Rutgers University on questions of equity and racial justice in transportation. In the video of the full meeting, Professor Brown’s presentation begins at minute 57.

May 15, 2020

The compounding effects of the pandemic stay-home orders and the drastically reduced revenues have had an enormous effect on the legislative agenda and schedule in Sacramento. Though the State Senate and State Assembly are starting to reconvene, lawmakers are drastically cutting back on the bills they have introduced and sponsored, as very little legislation not directly tied to the emergency is being pursued.