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Today’s Headlines

8:50 AM PDT on June 16, 2016

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 (
    • 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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