Our region’s elected officials continue to support a “freeways-first” transportation plan. Why aren’t we adopting a “transit first” policy when surveys show most of us want a working transit system?
A 2003 state law aims to protect school children from harmful traffic pollution. More than three-dozen San Diego County schools sit within the danger zone near major roadways – but they’re all exempt from the law.
In a Q-and-A, San Diego State’s new professor of urban design describes why he considers cycling the missing piece in the region’s transit network.
They claim the regional planning agency didn’t do enough to
ensure its $200 billion transportation plan won’t harm the