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CAPTI falling short on promise; Transit havoc in SF, LA; Rail service expands between LA-Santa Barbara; How Fresno will spend its infra grant; More

  • CAPTI is falling short of its promise (California Bicycle Coalition)
  • APEC will create transportation havoc in San Francisco (SF Chronicle)
  • Metrolink to halt service for 4 days in December (LAist)
  • SF Transit Center improvements complete (Patch)
  • Hayward City Council to hear about AC Transit realignment plans (Hayward)
  • Rail service expands between LA, Santa Barbara (KTLA)
  • Passenger rail in the Northeast gets federal funding, while fight about rail funding goes on (Route Fifty)
  • How Fresno plans to spend a $300 million infrastructure grant (Fresno Bee)
  • San Jose wants to overcome its sprawl problem (KQED)
  • So many bikes: Lille, France, to create a dismount zone in pedestrian areas (Eltis)
  • Cities experiment with pedal-powered food delivery (GovTech)
  • Native Americans ask EPA to ban tire chemical that is killing salmon (Transport Topics)
  • Report: Billionaires aren't doing sh!t on climate (Heated)
  • Does the CPUC need to intervene in state electricity rate-setting? (Capitol Weekly)

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