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Today’s Headlines

8:17 AM PDT on September 18, 2015

    • How California's sprawl got in the way of a strong climate bill (Grist)
    • US Reps say transit tax benefit should match parking benefit (The Hill)
    • Which bills will Jerry Brown sign? (Sacramento Bee)
    • Effects on bus riders of removing shelters, benches “unintentional” (it was the scruffy homeless people they meant to discomfit) (Orange County Register)
    • Future BART stations in Silicon Valley to include private development (Silicon Valley Business Journal)
    • Riverside County Transportation Commission will sue Moreno Valley over warehouse development (Press Enterprise)
    • Community weighs in on Telegraph Avenue priorities in Berkeley (Daily Cal)
    • SANDAG floats a transportation sales tax measure, but its Long Range Transportation Plan may prevent its passing (Voice of San Diego)
    • Scientists warn of dire effects of rising sea level on San Francisco Bay wetlands (Santa Cruz Sentinel)
    • DC solves “bus bunching” with low-cost technology (Mobility Lab)

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