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Today’s Headlines

8:10 AM PDT on May 12, 2015

    • More Bike to Work Week coverage
    • Labor issue holding up federal grant money for transit agencies in California (San Jose Mercury News)
    • Federal administrators warn states that highway funding might end May 30 with transportation budget impasse (The Hill)
    • Caltrans report: billions more needed to maintain roads (Huffington Post)
    • Arcata recognized as a walk-friendly community (Times-Standard)
    • Sonoma County will attempt a general sales tax measure for road repair; bike and ped improvements could be included but wording is vague (Press Democrat)
    • BART holds online “town hall” the day after major delays, gets an earful (Contra Costa Times)
    • Eric Jaffe explains how the costs of parking raises rents (CityLab)

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