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Parking in Santa Cruz California

Ramona Turner’s “Street Smarts” column in the Sentinel addresses the issue of storing private property on public rights-of-way in Santa Cruz, while also discussion the multitude of scofflaw cyclists. It occurs to me that a solution to the first issue presents itself.

Why everybody rides the train in Japan

Video shows what driving a car looks like in Yokohama, Japan.

Free coffee at tomorrow’s San Jose Bike Train

San Jose Bike Train runs tomorrow, Wednesday July 16 at 8 AM, and rides to destinations north (towards the Bay) along the Guadalupe River Trail. As a bonus, the first eight people who show up at Caffe Bel Bacio in Little Italy to meet for bike train will get a free coffee. See below for read more »

A Frenchman in the yellow jersey

Frenchman Tony Gallopin riding for Lotto-Belisol donned the yellow jersey today after completing Stage 9 of the 2014 Tour de France, just in time for Bastille Day celebrations tomorrow. #452097014 / gettyimages.com France leads with the number of yellow jerseys in this historic race with 709. The last French rider to wear the maillot jaune read more »

No trespassing sign at SAP Center San Jose

I think this no trespassing sign at the SAP Arena is brand new.

Car storage: The explanatory video

Many people have difficulty understanding why parking causes problems for city dwellers. Streetfilms partnered with the Institute for Transportation & Development Policy (ITDP) to create this animation explaining the science behind development parking minimums.