Today’s Headlines

  • Sacramento police department doesn’t know what jaywalking is (Systemic Failure)
  • Draft “Plan Bay Area” aims for sustainable, inclusive future (Greenbelt Alliance)
  • Transit agencies rarely hire women, minority contractors, and that’s a big problem (Washington Post)
  • Talk radio host threatens a recall campaign against Senator who voted for the transportation bill (Sacramento Bee)
  • What Ventura County will get from the transportation bill (Ventura County Star)
  • Op-ed: Governor Brown “gets things done” (Marin Independent Journal)
  • West Oakland residents sue Port for pollution (Grist)
  • Public transportation is the heart of future city mobility (Cities Today)
  • It’s cycle time in Big Bear (Big Bear Grizzly)
  • You can trade your car for a ebike at this shop (Fast Company)
  • Bike to Work Day is coming to the Bay Area on May 11 (Yahoo)

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