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Tuesday’s Headlines

Bill would authorize ballot measure for Bay Area transit funding; Americans are riding transit in record numbers; Students go for BART-riding speed record; More

San Francisco Muni electric bus on red transit-only lane

Photo by Roger Rudick/ Streetsblog

  • How Caltrans grants to "reconnect communities" might be used (Mercury News)
  • More on bill to authorize ballot measure for Bay Area transit funding (SF Chronicle, Bloomberg, SF Examiner)
  • Students ride the entire BART system, to all 50 stations, in under 6 hours (Berkeleyside)
  • Americans are riding transit in record numbers (Yahoo)
  • Globally, just over half of commutes are by car (
  • Big housing project in San Jose could fly through approval process (Mercury News)
  • Understanding the benefits of smart growth (Planetizen)
  • Unlock missing middle housing with parking reform (Sightline Institute)
  • New federal grants for closing gaps in bike trails across the U.S. (AP)
  • In San Diego, more than half of police chases begin for a minor reason, and crashes are common (San Diego Union Tribune)

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