Drivers in San Diego County could be charged a set price for each mile they drive under a controversial plan being considered by the San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG).
Teenagers are the biggest concern, with 80% of Californians saying they are most likely to use their phones while driving.
More than half of the investment — $884 million — will come from SB 1 funds.
Police in Union City are getting help from California’s Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) to help bring the number of traffic fatalities down.
There's still time. But by any reasonable measure, Los Angeles’ Vision Zero is not looking like a successful endeavor so far.
The year of Vision Zero's launch, 183 people were killed on L.A. streets. By 2017, that figure jumped to 245. Last year, the number dropped only slightly to 240.
The Governor has declared to withhold transportation monies from local agencies if they fail to comply with housing goals.
"Let's be real, the current project as planned would cost too much and, respectfully, take too long. Right now, there simply isn't a path to get from Sacramento to San Diego, let alone from San Francisco to L.A. I wish there were."
This policy update focuses on the formal regulations that have been adopted by the Bureau of Cannabis Control – including policies pertaining to statewide delivery services, ensuring uniformity in
This Vision Zero thing isn't going so well.