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Monday’s Headlines

Update on the status of the bike path on the RSR bridge; Santa Cruz transit about to get a lot better; Headstone could delay Metro expansion; Free transit on Clean Air Day (this Wednesday); More

8:47 AM PDT on October 2, 2023

Riders on the bridge when it first opened Photo by Melanie Curry/ Streetsblog

  • Biking in San Diego jumped 71% since 2019 (KPBS)
  • An update on the status of the Richmond San Rafael bridge bike path (Marin County Bicycle Coalition)
  • Walking and biking on the Pasadena Freeway (Pasadena Star News)
  • Bus strike in Santa Clarita leaves residents stranded (Hoodline)
  • Santa Cruz transit is about to get lots better (Human Transit)
  • Is that a gravesite? Headstone could delay Metro line extension (LA Times)
  • California Clean Air Day - Oct 4 - means free transit in Burbank (MyBurbank), LA Metro and Metrolink (Hoodline)
  • Paris has to figure out bike traffic jams (AP)
  • The story of another "city" built from scratch in California (SF Chronicle)
  • Does California spend cap-and-trade money in the most efficient way to reduce carbon? (PaloAltoOnline)
  • European Union will tax carbon beyond its borders (Washington Post)
  • The secret history of GPS (Bloomberg)

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