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Today’s Headlines

8:23 AM PDT on September 21, 2020

    • It's Bike Week! Pick at least one day (with decent air quality) to ride (Ventura County Star)
    • This is the moment to reimagine public transportation (NRDC)
    • The growing pedestrian safety crisis (US Today)
    • Berkeley police use grant to cite drivers for violating pedestrian right of way (Berkeleyside)
    • Bikes belong on State Street (Santa Barbara Independent)
    • Sonoma County tries again with a transportation sales tax (mostly for roads) (Press Democrat)
    • Santa Barbara County finally replaces LOS measure with VMT (Santa Barbara Independent)
    • A small portion of federal BUILD grants will to go to transit, rail (Mass Transit)
    • Census workers aren't done, but work is being curtailed (SF Chronicle)

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