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Thursday’s Headlines

New bill would limit car speeds; San Diego floods; Regional transportation tax measure in Bay Area? More

  • Senator Wiener introduces bill to require cars to limit speeds (SF Standard, SF Chronicle, KTLA, Senator Wiener)
    • And another Complete Streets bill (CalBike)
  • Another landslide stalls train service through San Clemente (KTLA)
  • Examining the fallout from San Diego flooding, including transit impacts (Axios, LA Times)
  • Bay Area officials want a regional tax measure for road repair; advocates say: Sure, but not for freeway expansion (Mercury News)
  • A first look at designs for CA High-Speed Rail cars (SF Chronicle)
  • Half of new cars in Europe are to wide for street parking (Intelligent Transport)

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