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Today’s Headlines

8:45 AM PDT on May 24, 2021

    • Advocates honor former Cupertino mayors for supporting bicycling (Mercury News)
    • These Sacramento-area roads could get bike and pedestrian improvements with Newsom's proposed budget (Sacramento Bee)
    • Local officials declare victory in push to widen highway in Fresno (KMPH, Your Central Valley)
    • 710 Freeway expansion stalls in face of pollution, eviction threats (LA Times)
    • Unclaimed bikes left on Metro are going to be given away (Spectrum)
    • Designs for signs in Melrose pedestrian improvement plan are not popular (Larchmont Buzz)
    • San Jose underground BART station plan is not that great for riders (CBS Local)
    • Which vehicles cost more in highway repair? We don't even know (Eno Center for Transportation)
    • San Diego finalizing plans for pedestrian-friendly downtown area (San Diego Union Tribune)
    • COVID vaccines are changing cities (Planetizen)
    • Marin County's tent cities are growing (Mercury News)

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