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On Monday, 82 organizations endorsed a set of recommendations, developed by CalBike and our allies, to call for changes in a deal to increase revenue for transportation system maintenance. The deal, two years in the making, invests too much in the old transportation paradigm of roads, including expansion. It will keep people stuck in their […]
For the past few years, CalBike has produced a ‘Best of’ list to highlight some accomplishments (and some disappointments) from around the state. These awards help us see where we are, and how far we have to go. Enjoy! — Best New Protected Intersection: 9th and Division, San Francisco We’re thrilled to include this category […]
On December 7th, the California Transportation Commission (CTC) approved a total of $158,096,000 for 44 Statewide projects and 10 Small Urban and Rural walking and bicycling projects as part of the 2017 Active Transportation Program (ATP). The projects awarded included $24.3 million that was diverted from a single high-profile project in the Coachella Valley to five […]
On November 13th, over 130 leaders from across the country gathered in Atlanta, Georgia, for The Untokening: A Convening for Just and Accessible Streets and Communities. Taken place days after the 2016 Presidential Election and the aftermath that ensued, the discussions and the discoveries that unfolded at The Untokening give power to acknowledging that any advancements […]
Here at CalBike, we’re gearing up and going big in the new year. We’ve got an ambitious yet robust legislative agenda, with headway in each strategic direction. We’re looking forward to working with our state and local partners to make these goals a reality. You can join us in our effort today by becoming a member and active […]
Last week, CalBike hosted a bike safety workshop led by League Certified Instructor Bonnie Wehmann. Set in the streets of Sacramento, the workshop was designed to develop a shared understanding of where it is safest to ride a bicycle in a vehicle travel lane. Participants included staff members from the California Highway Patrol (CHP), State […]