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Monday’s Headlines

Locating train stations and bus stops on freeways is a terrible idea; Amtrak is breaking ridership records; Cities worried about e-bike safety impose new rules on riders (but don't build safer streets); More

Image: BART

  • Cities worry about e-bike safety, so they impose rules on riders (rather than make streets safer) (Daily Bulletin)
  • Locating train stations and bus stops on freeways is inhumane (City Watch)
  • Historical photos of the first BART cars (SF Chronicle)
  • Ground broken on BART to San Jose extension (East Bay Times)
  • Amtrak is breaking ridership records (Reuters)
  • The "time is right" for U.S. high-speed rail (The Guardian)
  • LA hoped to learn from NYC's congestion pricing. Now what? (LA Times)
  • Tolls can finance infrastructure (Governing)
  • Highway 101 resurfacing project in Ventura "complete" (KEYT)

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