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Today’s Headlines

8:33 AM PDT on June 30, 2021

    • There is little justice for hit-and-run victims (Bicycling)
    • Climate change is pumping up the heat in the Northwest (Scientific American)
    • High speed rail is conspicuously absent from the budget about to be signed (Sacramento Bee)
    • Tehachapi welcomes latest HSR plans connecting Bakersfield and Palmdale (
    • Two fatal bike crashes in San Diego area call attention to unsafe infrastructure (NBC)
    • Coaster train service to increase this fall (Mass Transit)
    • California allocates money for transportation, road projects:
      • $31m for new pavement, bridge, crossings, more in Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo counties (Yahoo)
      • Rest areas, maintenance vehicle pullouts, truck climbing lane, more in Hesperia, Adelanto (Victor Valley Daily Press)
      • $22.7m to widen road approaching border with Mexico (10News)
      • $5m for road widenings in San Benito County (Benito Link)
    • Yes, USPS needs electric vehicles, but why cars? (Fast Company)
    • Plan for housing at Tejon Ranch is a mistake (Guardian)
    • What do we know about the infrastructure deal? (Transportation for America)

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