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Governor Brown vetoes HOT bill, says leave LA’s carpool lanes as is (Sacramento Bee) Marin is chomping at the bit for a new vehicle lane across the Richmond Bridge, believing it will ease traffic (Marin Independent Journal) Kern County set to receive $5.7 million for bicycle and pedestrian projects (Bakersfield Now) USC ends transit pass […]

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Tomorrow is Bike to Work Day in parts of the state (What?! RAIN is predicted? Well, how refreshing) Bay Area Los Angeles Modesto Arcata Sacramento Capitol Bike Festival Other places will hold their BTWD on Friday Bakersfield Modesto (Bike with the Mayor) Redding San Diego Pedestrians in Oakland have to beg to cross the street, […]

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Bay Area regional transportation and housing planning agencies (MTC, ABAG) agree to explore merging (Contra Costa Times) San Bernardino County to receive $10 million for active transportation projects (Inland Empire Community News) More about Berkeley’s “Green Affordable Housing” plan (Inside Bay Area) High speed rail plan for Anaheim to LA switches to a “sealed corridor” […]

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Hopes for Sacramento streetcar not dead yet (Sacramento Business Journal) Merced County to revise regional transportation funding formula (Merced Sun Star) Now open in Marin: Museum of Bicycling (Marin Independent Journal) Governor, legislature agree to separate cap-and-trade spending negotiations from regular budget process (LA Times) The role of cities in regulating ride share companies (Western […]

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San Clemente coast highway to get protected bike and pedestrian path (OC Register) There’s a new ferry service between San Francisco and Berkeley (East Bay Times) L.A.’s Angels Flight to ride again (LA Curbed) Sacramento transit agency is rethinking its bus routes (Sacramento Bee) Marin to poll residents on transportation sales tax (Marin Independent Journal) […]

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Speeding tops list of strategies to make S.F. safer for pedestrians (Examiner) Carlsbad considers a train tunnel (San Diego Union-Tribune) New commuter bus service launched between Marin and the East Bay on Richmond-San Rafael bridge (Marin Independent Journal) Richmond’s Iron Triangle neighborhood gets CTC grant for sidewalks, paths (Richmond Confidential) Governor Brown returns from Paris […]