Today’s Headlines

  • In honor of Transit Equity Day on Friday, free transit offered on San Bernardino transit (Victor Valley Daily Press) and Metrolink (Spectrum News)
  • Fare-free transit would be a good use of Sonoma County’s climate resiliency funds (Press Democrat)
  • Multiple bus routes in San Luis Obispo suspended due to labor shortage (KSBY)
  • New LA County rail line approved (LA Times)
  • CTC allocates money for safety projects and an extra freeway lane in Orange County (OC Breeze)
  • $136m allocated to expand Hwy 46 to a 4-lane expressway (KSBY)
  • Asm. Jim Patterson introduces a bill to build new roads as “escape routes” for wildfires (Fox26News)
  • How well has community air quality monitoring law worked? Hard to say (CalMatters)
  • Santa Cruz gets $29m grant for affordable housing transit hub (Patch)
  • New affordable housing being built in Coachella (NBC Palm Springs)
  • A 210-unit building slated for Berkeley – in place of an ancient I-HOP (The Real Deal)
  • Waymo sues to keep its crash data secret (The Verge)
  • Solar power system needs fixing, but maybe not with a hammer (LA Times)
  • Covid has decimated some government agencies (CalMatters)

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