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Today’s Headlines

9:03 AM PDT on April 11, 2017

    • Walking is the best way to access transit (Transit Center)
    • Unless you're black: Cops beat up a guy for jaywalking in Sacramento (Fox40)
    • Construction sites are not following Oakland's new pedestrian access guidelines (Transport Oakland)
    • Drivers will have to pay to park at SMART stations (Marin Independent Journal)
    • Santa Monica looks to improve its beach trail (Santa Monica Lookout)
    • Apple's new campus in Cupertino has more space for parking than offices (Business Insider)
    • Transportation funding bill:
      • California's historical fuel tax increase: What it is (Planetizen)
      • CA is doing it right: Prioritizing repair, investing in transit, walking, and biking (T4America)
      • A lot of road construction jobs are coming to California (SCPR)
      • Deals on transportation package show shortcomings of Prop 54 (Fox&Hounds)
      • Prop 54 didn't solve much (LA Times)
    • A danger to pedestrians not often considered: Run over by a deer (SBnation)

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