This week Sacramento News and Review’s Streetalk (not available online as far as I can tell) interviewed five people in midtown about parking meter hours. Facebook also has had a number of posts about parking in the central city. I am amazed that seemingly intelligent people have such fuzzy thinking about parking. Just as with […]

I’m glad to see the idea of converting one-way streets to two-way streets to improve livability and safety is back in the news: More than one way (Sacramento News & Review 2014-11-27). The reasons given, by Chris Morfas, William Burg, Jim Brown, Dave Saalsaa, and Emily Baime Michaels are all good, strong reasons for conversion. The comments […]

Pursuing nonsprawling city growth with major brownfield redevelopment: the Sacramento Railyards (NRDC Switchboard, 2012-10-19) Sacramento bicyclists: Don’t get ‘Jerry Browned’ (Sacramento News & Review, 2012-10-18) Pedestrian on I-5 downtown hit by 3 vehicles (SacBee, 2012-10-18) Event raises $2,700 for family of boys struck by car (SacBee, 2012-10-18) Cathie Anderson: Folsom could see housing south of […]

The Sacramento News & Review this week included an insert from the City of Sacramento entitled Climate Change in Your Hands. If you haven’t seen it, I recommend it. I’m not sure if it was also in the Sacramento Bee, since I don’t read the Bee regularly. The insert is remarkably strong in its support […]