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Contra Costa County's DRAFT expenditure plan for its transportation sales tax measure
Contra Costa County's DRAFT expenditure plan for its transportation sales tax measure
Contra Costa County's DRAFT expenditure plan for its transportation sales tax measure
    • Central Santa Ana Complete Streets workshop to be held Saturday (Santa Ana Streets for All)
    • Today is Dump the Pump Day and in Solano County, at least, some transit rides are free (Times-Herald)
    • Sacramento RT lays off 20 employees to save routes—fares will increase in July (KCRA)
    • Does it have to take a death? After a boy on his bike was hit by a truck, Newport Beach looks at bike safety near schools (LA Times)
    • Orinda is first city to approve Contra Costa transportation tax measure (Lamorinda Weekly) (see breakdown at right)
    • CA lawmakers pass budget (LA Times)
      • Sacramento Bee breaks down the numbers
      • The budget contains no money for clean vehicle rebate program (LA Times)
    • Napa County government says it has reduced its greenhouse gas emissions by ten percent (Napa Valley Register)
    • As California's road charge pilot begins, truckers weigh in (Trucks.com)
    • Many jobs require a driver's license—for no good reason (Atlantic)
      • ACLU sues court for not helping low-income people keep their licenses (SFGate)

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