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Thursday’s Headlines

Newsom's budget proposal puts corporate profits over people; Big deadline tomorrow; Transit agencies need lots of new maintenance workers; More

Image: California Air Resources Board

Note: Streetsblog sites in California will take an extra long weekend, and be back on Tuesday

  • California has a climate deficit (CalBike)
  • Governor's budget cuts put corporate profits over people (The Budget Center)
    • Climate programs would lose billions (CalMatters)
  • Friday is a big deadline for bills in CA legislature (Capitol Weekly)
  • Transit agencies need to hire and train more maintenance workers (Governing)
  • Federal spending helped save public transit, an "essential service," during COVID. What now? (NY Times)
  • Millions in state and federal funding coming for infrastructure repairs in San Mateo County (Patch)
  • Parklets in Upland? Yes. But first, trees need to be removed (Daily Bulletin)
  • Report: There is a lot of single-family-zoned land in California (Othering and Belonging)
  • Cars in CA could alert drivers if they go over speed limit (Transport Topics, Spectrum)
  • Stop driving cars onto pedestrian paths (Carscoops)
  • Where do states stash their rainy day funds? (Governing)

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