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Tuesday’s Headlines

Bay Area transit transformation already starting, but regional bond measure is in trouble because South Bay doesn't want to participate; High-speed rail EIR released; More

High-speed rail train rendering – via CAHSRA

  • Bay Area's "Transit Transformation" commitments spurs light rail, bus improvements (Contra Costa Herald)
  • Bill for Bay Area regional transit bond measure moves forward (San Mateo Daily Journal)
  • EIR for high-speed rail's Palmdale to Burbank leg released (LA Times)
  • Santa Barbara celebrates return of waterfront shuttle (KEYT)
  • Bike path connection along SR 56 in Del Mar completed (Del Mar Times)
  • Other cities pause natural gas bans for new buildings in wake of court ruling (East Bay Times)
  • Why shared e-scooters keep disappearing (Mercury News)

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