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Today’s Headlines

8:52 AM PDT on June 5, 2015

    • AC Transit seeks public input on desired qualities, priorities of future general manager (Contra Costa Times)
    • New LADOT chief of staff is Bridget Smith, lately from SFMTA (Streetsblog Tumblr)
    • Encinitas approves local money for RR undercrossing, aiming for matching Active Transportation Program funds (Encinitas Advocate)
    • San Benito County ponders transportation sales tax measure (San Benito Link)
    • Davis uses bait bikes to catch thieves (Davis Enterprise)
    • NextCity takes a look at LA Metro strategy for transit that's actually useful (NextCity)
    • CA senate approves package of bills to combat global warming (LA Daily News)  (LA Times)
    • Shared-use mobility in California: a legislative briefing (NRDC Switchboard)
    • Statewide study shows longer yellow lights increase safety, decrease red light running (The
    • An interview with Charles Marohn of Strong Towns about transportation funding: “Doing nothing would be preferable to the current approach” (Governing)
    • The future of transport: an electric that a bicycle? Not really (Inhabitat)
    • And now for something completely different: Watch San Diego Supervisor Greg Cox channel Jack Nicholson from A Few Good Men in this hilarious video about the Bayshore Bikeway

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