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Bridges and more: Meeting the network at the Transportation Equity Summit

By Erica Stephan May 20, 2016 I’m new to ClimatePlan, where I’m helping out with the e-News and social media for the summer, and so it was a treat this week when I got to meet many partners at the Transportation Equity Summit, put on by TransForm and the California Bicycle Coalition in Sacramento. It […]

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Stalling out on transportation? A roundup of the Governor’s latest budget proposal for California

May 17, 2016 The Governor’s new May budget revision is out, restating his budget priorities before he meets with Legislature leaders to create a final budget, and the biggest news overall is that the state’s projected revenue is down by $1.9 billion. For ClimatePlan’s work, the biggest concern is that transportation funding is failing to […]

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New Report Asks Whether Southern California is On Track To Meet Climate Goals—and Who’s Counting

As hundreds of local leaders assemble just after adopting a new regional plan, advocacy groups tally up progress on the last plan and call for better data and more accountability PRESS RELEASE: May 5, 2016 CONTACTS: Chanell Fletcher, ClimatePlan, chanell@climateplanca.org; Bill Sadler, Safe Routes to School National Partnership, bill@saferoutespartnership.org Los Angeles—Today, as elected leaders from […]

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