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Today’s Headlines

8:48 AM PDT on May 28, 2019

    • Lompoc awarded grant to study better pedestrian and bike connections (Lompoc Record)
    • San Diego awarded $16m in Active Transportation Program grants (Fox)
    • UC Davis is studying how people are using Jump bikes (KCRA)
    • A new attack against spending gas taxes on streets for all users (LA Times)
    • Why California won't ban gas cars just yet (CALmatters)
    • In Ventura County: three workshops to gather community input on rail plans (VC Star)
    • The victim-blaming notion of making it illegal to text while walking seems to be spreading (Stuff)
    • Getting rid of the beg button (Yahoo Finance)
    • Sacramento proposes free transit for kids (Sacramento Bee)
      • While Contra Costa pushes a summer youth pass for $35 (Patch)
    • Oakland's pothole vigilantes, hard at work (SF Chronicle)

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