Live at KHUM / Friday, Sept. 27
Canada's finest Americana band discuss playing in a supermarket, Swedes, and also play really good.
New 3 Foot Passing Law
Happy Trails / Tuesday, Sept. 24
Cliff and Emily talk with Bill Burton about the new 3 foot passing law just signed into law by Governor Brown. This was the 3rd attempt at getting this law passed. It is already law in about 21 other states. The bill in essence states that there must be at least 3 feet between a motor vehicle and a cyclist before it can pass the cyclist. Although this is a common sense law, it has be met with much controversy from the motoring public.
Coastal Commission & The Bay Trail Pedestrian Signals for the Blind
Happy Trails / Tuesday, Sept. 17
Cliff talks with Emily about the Coastal Commission's decision regarding Caltrans 101 safety corridor plans that now must include a trail to move forward. Also a discussion with Doug Rose, Humboldt Council for the Blind and accessible pedestrian signals.
McKinleyville Recreation & Trails
Happy Trails / Tuesday, Sept. 10
Cliff and Emily with Jens Anderson of the McKinleyville Community Serves District Parks & Recreation Division about their recent Bike Rodeo, their trails in Hiller Park and other recreational activities. An update is also given about Arcata's failed bid for a Tiger Grant and what the next steps will be. Also a reminder about the Coastal Commission meeting coming up this Thursday, 8am in the Wharfinger Building along with several other important meetings this week.
Arcata vs. Plastic Bags
Coastal Currents / Wednesday, Sept. 4
Arcata is about to pour less garbage into the Pacific, maybe.
The Bay Trail With Caltrans and HCAOG
Happy Trails / Tuesday, Sept. 3
Cliff and Emily talk with Kim Floyd and Mark Suchanek of Caltrans and Marcella Clem of HCAOG about the Bay Trail project, where we are now, and possibilities for the future. With the 101 Safety Corridor improvement project pending approval from the Coastal Commission, further partnership between Caltrans, HCAOG and the NCRA are becoming more of a real possibility. Further, the proposed Bay Trail may become a necessity in order for the corridor improvements to go forward. Caltrans is also working on improving bike safety on the existing corridor by narrowing the driving lanes, widening the shoulder to 10 feet and coloring it red. All this and more a discussed.
A Talk With Richard Marks
Happy Trails / Tuesday, Aug. 27
Cliff and Emily talk with Richard Marks of The Harbor District and the NCRA. Trails around the bay, the pulp mill decommissioning and the possibility of the NCRA, Caltrans and The Harbor District all working together for a Bay Trail.
Guess What They Paid For The Pulp Mill
Coastal Currents / Wednesday, Aug. 21
The Humboldt Bay Harbor District has acquired the old pulp mill in Samoa. How much? Why? Jack Crider answers these questions and more.
A Talk With Stephen Avis About Fortuna Trails
Happy Trails / Tuesday, Aug. 20
Cliff and Emily talk with Stephen Avis, Associate Planner for the city of Fortuna. Plans for the Strongs Creek John Campbell Parkway Trail are discussed along with other long-term trail concepts for the city.
San Francisco Bike Share Program
Happy Trails / Tuesday, Aug. 13
Cliff and Emily talk with Heath Maddox of the San Francisco Municipal Transportation agency. The city will begin a new pilot Bike Share Program beginning August 29th.
Live at KHUM / Wednesday, Aug. 7
Bill Summers (percussion), DJ Logic (turntables), Pete Ciotti (drums), Brian Swizlo (keys) and Drew Mohr (bass) show us how it's done.
Bay Trail Progress
Happy Trails / Tuesday, Aug. 6
Cliff and Emily talk with Hank Seemann about progress on the Bay Trail Project. The Arcata section is on track to begin in a year with more funding possible from a tiger grant in October. The process on moving forward with the Eureka portion are discussed. Will the recent shake up at the NCRA effect the progress? That is also discussed.
Safe Routes To School & Crossing Guard Program
Happy Trails / Tuesday, July 30
Cliff talks with Jenny Weiss from RCAA and Joan Levy from County Public Health about Safe Routes to School and the Crossing Guard program along with CA4Helth and the upcoming National SR2S Conference in Sacramento.
#SwimmableCA, Kayaking The LA River, On A Boat
Coastal Currents / Wednesday, July 10
This might be a Coastal Currents record: most content in least amount of time. Dip in!
Bike & Ped Funding & Car VS Ped & Bike Update
Happy Trails / Tuesday, July 9
Cliff and Emily talk about the latest opportunities and challenges for bike/ped funding and HCAOG's update of the Regional Transportation plan. We also look at the 2 latest ped/bike vs motorized vehicle incidents in Eureka.