Today’s Headlines

  • California’s transportation funding package must prioritize public transit (Sacramento Bee)
  • Republican reps want money from repatriated taxes to pay for paving California roads (OC Breeze)
  • An ode to the 120 bypass in Manteca (Manteca Bulletin)
  • Helmets work. Helmet laws don’t (Metro)
  • This tiny town has a high walking commute share—but few stores, services to walk to (Napa Valley Register)
  • Uber pays the price for scabbing during airport protests  (East Bay Times)
  • Sacramento asks marijuana businesses to pony up for neighborhood improvement (Sacramento Bee)

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Crime on SF Muni drops, but not enough to meet goals (SF Examiner) Youth-led bike repair shop opens in East Oakland (Mercury News) Lawsuit filed against Riverside freeway expansion (Center for Biological Diversity) Fresno is going to get BRT: the “Q” (ScienceBlog) Sacramento needs to copy LA’s transit success (Sacramento Bee) Too many lives are […]

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Today the transportation bill gets its first hearing, so there’s some speculating: Can California lawmakers tackle road repairs with new supermajority? (KPCC) Differences between Democrat and Republican funding proposals, with a weirdly misleading headline (Sacramento Bee) We all pay, the longer Sacramento delays (Modesto Bee) Senator Wiener introduces bill to make it easier to pass […]