Your December 2018 Issue of ESTUARY News

Here’s Your December 2018 Issue! The December issue dips into varied estuarine experiences, from recreational swimming and shark fishing to stresses affecting the health of green sturgeon, Hunter’s Point communities, and other coastal ecosystems. Readers will also find out about green bonds for climate adaptation, anti-erosion plantings in North Bay wetlands, and the drug cocktail […]

Transportation News for December 14, 2018

San Francisco Chronicle: Ford GoBike will boost fleet of electric bikes in SF from 250 to 850 Curbed: Ford GoBike more than triples its SF electric bike fleet today San Francisco Chronicle: Transbay Transit Center inches toward repair East Bay Times: Holes cut into steel contributed to beams cracking at SF’s Salesforce Transit Center San […]

Port of Redwood City Launches New Website

Click here for the Port of Redwood City’s press release on their new website.

Transportation News for December 13, 2018

Mercury News: Los Altos car break-ins focus on unlocked vehicles: Roadshow Los Angeles Times: Editorial: Speed kills. So do carbon emissions. So why does California give free rein to leadfoots? Business Insider: ‘Bikes are transportation too:’ Lyft just made a big hire that confirms the company’s ambitions extend well beyond cars City Lab: The Life-Saving […]

King Tides are Coming; Snap the Shore, See the Future

Click here for information on incoming king tides and sea level rise from CA State Parks.

Latest Vital Signs Update Highlights Latest Trends in the Condition of Public Transit Assets

Click here for the latest Vital Signs update from the MTC.

MTC Briefing: Bridge Tolls Rising; Express Lanes Coming; Election Results Mapped

Click here for the latest MTC briefing.

Pacific Maritime Magazine Online

Click here for the latest from Pacific Maritime Magazine Online.

Transportation News for December 12, 2018

San Francisco Chronicle: San Francisco gets $15 million federal grant to start sprucing up Market Street Mass Transit Magazine: It’s official: Transit projects awarded $195 million in BUILD grants San Francisco Chronicle: SF supervisors back off plan to charge tolls to enter, exit Treasure Island San Francisco Examiner: Treasure Island residents protest cost of proposed […]

Miller Starr Regalia’s Land Use & CEQA Developments Monthly Update

Miller Starr Regalia’s Land Use & CEQA Developments Monthly Update November 2018 Land Use Developments November 30, 2018 – Second General Plan Consistency Challenge to Re-Approval of Wal-Mart Expansion Project Fails on Procedural Grounds CEQA Developments November 5, 2018 – Fourth District Holds Addendum Process Authorized By CEQA, No New Findings Required November 27, 2018 – Third District Holds Plumas County General […]