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Today’s Headlines

8:29 AM PDT on March 24, 2016

    • California Transportation Commission appoints new executive director (Santa Monica Mirror)
    • Solano County Transit buys two electric buses (Business Wire)
    • Central Valley leaders bemoan lack of highway funding (but don't call for raising the gas tax) (Fresno Bee)
    • Feds offer assistance to states trying to figure out an alternative to the gas tax (Gov Tech)
    • New transportation data available from California's open data portal project (Techwire)
    • L.A. suburbs don't like the sales tax measure plan (LA Weekly)
    • Clock is ticking on parking investments (City Observatory)
    • Everyone's pretty jealous of Seattle's “Bike Batman” (CityLab)

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