California has just passed a law that prohibits cities from setting a minimum parking requirement on developments near transit. This is a big deal.
The national association of city transportation officials cries foul as Ford and GM try an end run around the NHTSA for cars without steering wheels and brakes.
Yesterday's news was dominated (if we say so ourselves) by our own investigative reporter Jesse Coburn's deep dive into whether the Department of Transportation is (excuse the pun) firing on all cylinders. Plus other news.
"The city seeks the provision of bicycles ... TO MOST OR ALL CITY RESIDENTS," reads a new request for expressions of interest [emphasis added].
Why having shopping destinations and an interconnected street network keep people active and alive.
Mayor Adams picked a weird time to suddenly pretend that he doesn't support congestion pricing. Plus other stories.