Today’s Headlines

  • CA transportation funding package needs a few more votes (Sacramento Bee)
  • Governor Brown stumps for the transportation bill; today in Riverside (Press Enterprise)
  • LA Times says the bill is not perfect, but lawmakers should give it a shot
  • Napa counts its chickens: $6.2 million for roads and stuff (Napa Valley Register)
  • America does not need more roads (Slate)
  • Study: Giving driver’s licenses to undocumented people reduced hit-and-runs (OC Register)
  • Electric vehicles are too quiet (Wired)

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Muni about to launch new E line streetcar along waterfront (SF Examiner) Stockton will get a bike plan (RecordNet) MTC invests $10 million in affordable TOD (Greenbelt Alliance) Long Beach sues Caltrans, OCTA over 405 freeway widening EIR (Long Beach Press-Telegram) Shocker: Road widening invites speeding (Napa Valley Register) An analysis of parking and affordable […]

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San Diego’s unprecedented transportation goal (San Diego Union Tribune) Turn lane sends cars into bicyclists’ path; columnist finds excuses/precedence (Mercury News) Calistoga employee shuttle cancelled because people think they prefer driving and being stuck in traffic (Napa Valley Register) Pay-by-the-mile pilot takes off (KPCC) Lawmakers reach deal on cap-and-trade money (Press Enterprise)  (LA Times) Stanford […]

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