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Wednesday’s Headlines

MUTCD released; Being doored is every urban bike rider's nightmare; PCH gets $2.4 million in signs, paint to fix its safety problems; More

  • FHWA releases long-awaited update to its Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices (FHWA)
  • What's in it the MUTCD- and what's missing? (Streetsblog USA)
  • Being doored is every urban bike rider's nightmare (LA Times)
  • More on Coachella's TCC grant (Desert Sun)
  • San Francisco's struggles with pedestrian safety (SF Chronicle)
  • How Bay Area public transit is recovering (Axios)
  • Stanislaus gets $13 million for ACE train (Modesto Bee)
  • CTC allocates $1 billion for transportation infrastructure (Archinect)
  • Sonoma Marin Area Rail Transit (SMART) is now eligible for federal funding (Progressive Railroading)
  • CA to spend $2.4 million to make Pacific Coast Highway safer…with signs and paint (LAist, KTLA, LA Times)
  • How Lancaster made itself pedestrian friendly (SF Gate)
  • Basic income improves the lives of unhoused people (LA Times)

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