by William Fulton on May 21, 2023
CEQA, Gavin Newsom, Infrastructure
Not really. It's just nibbling around the edges. And it may not help transportation agencies that have to fully mitigate greenhouse gas emissions increases from their projects.
by Josh Stephens on Apr 8, 2023
Climate Change, Infrastructure
A new book accounts for ways major infrastructure projects bust their budgets and make mincemeat of their schedules; another predicts demographic upheaval due to climate change.
by Josh Stephens on Jul 13, 2021
Infrastructure, Land Use
Endless process is a regular feature of California land use and infrastructure. Here's a rundown of our favorite stalemates -- and a request that you provide us with your own!
by William Fulton on Apr 11, 2021
AFFH, Biden, Housing, Infrastructure, Zoning
Progressives who have long protected community power over developers are praising Biden's proposed new program, while Republicans are calling it a war on the suburbs.
by William Fulton on Feb 24, 2020
Federal, Housing, Infrastructure, Transportation
It's been a non-starter for years. But all the Democratic candidates are calling for it -- and Trump might not be far behind.
by CP&DR Staff on Nov 9, 2016
Ballot Measures, Election 2016, Growth, Infrastructure, Rent Control, Transportation
Growth boundaries win, Chargers lose, activists in Santa Monica lose, rent control splits. >>read more
by Josh Stephens on Oct 12, 2016
Ballot Measures, California Propositions, Infrastructure, Marijuana , Rent Control
More than 50 ballot measures around state deal with growth, transportation, parks. >>read more
by Bill Fulton on Feb 23, 2015
California, Gas Tax, Highway Funding, Infrastructure, Insight, Local government finance, Transportation, Vol. 30 No. 2 February 2015
In recent weeks, we've seen a lot of moves that suggest it may be time to change the way California funds transportation, including the following: