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Tuesday’s Headlines

More money for e-bike incentives, maybe; Kern CO wants to talk about bike safety; LA is adding bus lanes; Electrifying Caltrain will be a fine, fine thing; More

Caltrain electric multiple unit train at a testing facility, June 2023 (photo: Caltrain)

  • Building bike-friendly cities (Smart Cities Dive)
  • CARB's proposed budget includes more money for e-bike incentive program that is "coming soon" (CalBike)
  • Community meetings on improving bicycle safety being held around Kern County (KGET)
  • How to measure transit equity (Planetizen)
  • Poll says Bay Area voters want transit but don't want to pay for it (Mercury News)
  • L.A. is adding bus lanes. A lot of them (Transit Center)
  • Electrifying Caltrain will allow it to be much faster, more frequent, and more efficient (Fast Company)
  • The U.K. fights over speed limits - but that horse may have left the barn (The Guardian)
  • Comparing travel speeds and congestion in cities worldwide (Time)
  • Why Santa Cruz is committing to hydrogen powered buses (Lookout Santa Cruz)
  • Bill to plug abandoned oil wells would be "too expensive" for the well owners, say opponents (LA Times)

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