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Tuesday’s Headlines

Santa Clarita transit workers strike; More train service coming to North LA County, Capitol region; Everyone benefits when roads work for transit; More on bills signed over the weekend

Metrolink in Northern LA County. Photo: Andrewaronoshn via Wikimedia Commons

  • Santa Clarita transit workers on strike (LAist, NBC)
  • Northern LA County to get more train service (Planetizen)
  • New commuter rail is on its way to the Central Valley (Comstock)
  • The benefits of making roads work for transit (SPUR)
  • California Bicycle Coalition on Governor's veto of fare evasion bill
  • More on new law to make transit agencies survey riders about harassment (Daily News)
  • New environmental laws (Mercury News)
  • New laws will force businesses to reveal carbon emissions, financial risks (CalMatters)
  • State announces $114 million in Clean California grants (Office of Governor Newsom)
  • Mapping ancient villages in Los Angeles (LA Times)

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