A new bill in California would require cities and counties to take into consideration all roadway users— not just cars— when they revise their general plans. To wit: audible pedestrian signals, sidewalks, bike lanes, accessibility for the disabled, and easing of gridlock. Says our very own Mark Leno: "Streets aren't just for cars, they're for people." Sounds like the rest of the state might soon be following SF’s lead. [LA Daily News]
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