The Labs unite transportation, housing, and environmental justice advocates to share actionable intelligence, monitor state actions, and organize responses to new threats and opportunities.
CalBike is instrumental in changing the decision-making structures and processes so they represent a full range of perspectives. A significant result of our effort are the joint meetings of the California Transportation Commission and the Air Resources Board.
In the days leading up to the California Bicycle Summit in October 2017, something special happened: participants in CalBike’s first Walk & Bike Youth Leaders Program came together in Sacramento for a transformative few days of learning, networking, and sharing their own knowledge and stories.
If public policy regulates autonomous vehicles to treat them like public transit, we could welcome a new era of affordable shared rides, vastly more efficient public transit, and drastically reduced car traffic.
CalBike was a sponsor and participant at Untokening California, a day-long event in Los Angeles that created space to focus on the personal and interpersonal work it takes to be BIPOC in mobility advocacy, planning, and policy spaces.
With the passage of SB 1 in April of 2017, Senate Bill 1, the Road Repair and Accountability Act, funds improvements to the state’s transportation systems to the tune of some five billion dollars per year in new revenue.
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