Today’s Headlines

  • Riding a bike on familiar roads without cars is so great (SGV Tribune)
  • Sometimes pedestrians get a head start (Sacramento Bee)
  • California Transportation Commission allocates money for bike, pedestrian projects (Streetsblog) (CBS)
  • Transit leaders denounce Trump’s proposed funding cuts (Mass Transit)
  • Again: If Trump’s proposed budget were to pass, it would be a disaster (NACTO)
  • Finding money to repair California roads (Capitol Weekly)
  • License plate readers are more and more common: Carlsbad plans to use them on every car that enters the city (San Diego Union Tribune)

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