Today’s Headlines

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  • 15-Year-Old Hit and Run Victim Identified in Sacramento (SacBee)
  • Fresno Bans “Homeless Camping” (Fresno Bee)
  • Investing in Place Looks At Proposed 710 Freeway Diverging Diamonds
  • Weekend Closures Coming for M-Ocean View and N-Judah (SFBay)
  • Sacramento May Get a Soccer Team (SacBee)
  • Long Beach Turning Dirt Lots Into Greenways (LB Post)
  • Lack of Affordable Housing in SF Means 3-Hour Bus Commute for Some Workers (NYT)
  • Washington Post Takes on the State Lawmakers That Tried to Legalize Vehicular Homicide Against Protesters

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Today’s Headlines

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  • Legal, Political, Setbacks Threaten “Bullet Train” (Capitol Weekly)
  • Rarity : Political Cartoon Focuses on Transportation Politics (SD U-T)
  • Banner on Fresno Overpass Reminds Drivers that Black Lives Matter (Fresno Bee)
  • New York Should Look To L.A. To Solve Transit Woes (HuffPo)
  • Santa Monica Announces Second “Open Streets” Event (SaMo Next)
  • Bike Lanes and Right Hooks on El Camino Real (EastBayTimes)
  • Trump White House Sends a Signal to Its Motor-Loving Base (Washingtonian)
  • How the American Bus System Broke Down (The Week)

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A Strategy for Strong Transit and Walkability in Small Cities

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A leading group of transit planners recently convened in Minneapolis to talk about best practices. One of the big takeaways, according to attendees, was how leading big city transit agencies are improving service on high-ridership corridors with bus rapid transit, all-door boarding, and improved frequency. Sandy Johnston at Itinerant Urbanist has been thinking about how those strategies might […]

Today’s Headlines

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  • How LA Vision Zero Artist Is Reimagining Streets (CityLab)
  • Commentary: Public Transportation Key to Paris Accord (The Hill)
  • “Bicyclist Who Ran Traffic Light” Killed in Fresno Crash (Fresno Bee)
  • State Republican Leaders Fleeing Trump (SacBee)
  • Massive “Power Center” Development Coming to South Sacramento (SacBee)
  • Controversy Around MPO Boss in San Diego Leads to Resignation Letter (Union-Tribune)
  • Fox News, Daily Caller Delete Post Encouraging Readers to Ram Protestors With Cars (CNN)
  • New Trump Order Would Make It Easier to Build Infrastructure Susceptible to Flooding (NYTReuters)
  • NRDC Poll: Americans Don’t Support Trump’s Draconian Transit Cuts

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Today’s Headlines

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  • La Jolla Residents Post Signs Begging People to Stop Crashing Cars Into Their Houses (LJ Light)
  • Long Beach Mayor Gets Personal in Bid to Increase Rail Ridership (KPCC)
  • More on Bay Area Bike Share Vandalism (SFChron)
  • Yosemite Looks for Answers to Traffic Jams (LAT)
  • SMART Train Still Waiting for OK from Feds (MarinIJ)
  • Does Temporary Bike Path Closure Provide Chance for Better Connections? (SaMo Next)
  • Long Beach’s Most Marginalized Neighborhoods Bear the Biggest Burden Environmentally (LongBeachize)
  • Sacramento Pays Its Transit Officials Really Well (SacBee)

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