Today’s Headlines

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  • Head of CA Senate calls for hearing on Measure R2 spending plan (Long Beach Press Telegram)
  • Don’t ignore CSUN in Measure R2 (Los Angeles Daily News)
  • SF Bicycle Coalition names new director (SFGate)
  • What’s misleading about that recent analysis of transit frequency in the U.S. (Human Transit)
  • CTC luminaries say: Do something about CA roads (Sacramento Bee)
  • Open transit data is a major success story (Sunlight Foundation)
  • A car  can get from DTLA to Santa Monica a few minutes faster than a bike or train—if that’s what matters (Hollywood Reporter)
  • Taxis, ride-hail services clash over legislation in Sacramento (Sacramento Bee)
  • It’s time to update archaic bike registry laws  (East Bay Times)
  • Christo’s floating pier is a really good idea for pedestrian infrastructure (Gizmodo)
  • This is a once-in-a-lifetime the opportunity to get transportation right (Bacon’s Rebellion)
  • San Francisco could legalize in-law units across the city (CurbedSF)
  • Waze to introduce feature in L.A. that would guide drivers away from dangerous left turns (CityLab)

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“Dutch-style” intersection unveiled in Davis (Davis Enterprise) Bicyclists rally for tougher sentence for driver who killed cyclist in Sacramento (Sacramento Bee) LA plan calls for lots of bike, bus lanes (LA Times) Northern California counties coordinating efforts to pass local transportation sales tax measures (Reuters) A road user charge is still many years away in […]

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