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Today’s Headlines

8:41 AM PDT on August 19, 2022

    • Active transportation bills poised to reach the Governor's desk (CalBike)
    • Public transit employees were hit hard by COVID (LA Times, SF Chronicle)
    • CAHSRA certifies EIR for northern segment (CAHSRA)
    • More on Bay Area universal transit pass (Mercury News)
    • That deadly Windsor Hills crash was the tip of an iceberg (LA Times)
    • LA Metro looking for public input on active transportation options (The Source)
    • Corte Madera wants a multiuse path on new bridge over Highway 101 (Marin Independent Journal)
    • Marin County releases study on bike, pedestrian danger hot spots (Marin Independent Journal)
    • Visalia gets a HAWK signal (SunGazette)
    • Mapping California's collapsing sea cliffs (LA Times)
    • Data: 43 ZEV manufacturers, 2,000 heavy-duty ZEVs in CA (CA Energy Commission)
    • Landfill to become a park in Hacienda Heights (LA Times)
    • Study shows 20,000 people will be homeless in SF this year (SF Chronicle)

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