Last week, we pulled our bill to simplify the rules in California Vehicle Code governing where bicyclists must ride in the traffic lane. The goal was to emphasize the right or people riding bicycles to use a full traffic lane when necessary for safety. Riding too far to the right, next to parked cars, or […]
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For Immediate Release CalBike Co-Founds “Streets For All Coalition” to Unite Bike Riders, Scooter Users, and Pedestrians New Coalition Brings Together Environmental Organizations, Active Transportation Advocates, and Sustainable New Mobility Operators to Improve Transportation and Tackle Climate Change Sacramento, CA (March 3rd, 2019) – The California Bicycle Coalition announced on Wednesday that the advocacy […]
Although it’s only April, it’s already clear that conversations around bikes and biking are more connected than ever to intersecting issues like transportation justice, climate change, bicycle infrastructure, shared mobility, and the connections between transportation policy and California’s housing crisis, and continue to shape policy, activism, and innovation. As the California Bicycle Coalition celebrates our […]
Almost a year after the first BIPOC Mobility Justice Lab in Los Angeles, CalBike co-organized a second gathering in January of stakeholders, advocates, and representatives of a broad group of Los Angeles-area community organizations to provide the opportunity and space for Black, Indigenous, and People of Color to collaborate on local and state transportation […]
For Immediate Release January 17, 2019 Contact: Linda Khamoushian, Senior Policy Advocate email@example.com, 916.668.9401 San Francisco, CA – This week the California Bicycle Coalition, Senator Scott Wiener (D-San Francisco), and their coalition partners California Walks, Safe Routes to School National Partnership, and the American Heart Association joined surgeons from Zuckerberg General Hospital and the families […]
For just the second time, the California Air Resources Board (ARB) and the California Transportation Commission (CTC) held a joint session to discuss potential alignment in transportation decision-making and investments. While CalBike and our partners who work closely with these powerful agencies remain hopeful, we’re concerned that December’s meeting saw abundant discussion…and meager alignment. Central to this […]
E-bikes caused a buzz on the agenda at the California Transportation Commission meeting last Wednesday in Riverside, where CalBike recruited Jonathan Weinert of Bosch, a longtime supporter, to make a presentation and provide bikes for commissioners to ride to help illustrate the many transportation needs that electric bikes can meet. Weinert presented on the […]
California has new leaders, and our communities deserve plans, principles, and priorities that will move our state forward instead of holding us back. To help support Governor-elect Newsom and his administration in truly leading the nation and the world in sustainable and equitable transportation policy, CalBike joins almost 50 organizations in releasing our comprehensive platform. This […]