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Tuesday’s Headlines

ATP funding partially restored; How traffic noise hurts kids; Muni riders are happy-ish; More

  • Final budget partially restores Active Transportation Program funding (CalBike)
  • People for Bikes ranks cities by bike friendliness - SF, Davis, Berkeley still rank high (Outside Online)
  • How traffic noise hurts children (BBC)
  • Could we paint bus information right on the bus? Make it really big (Human Transit)
  • Valley Rail link between San Jose and Merced breaks ground (Progressive Railroading)
  • San Diego MTS approves budget that holds steady on current service levels (Mass Transit)
  • Survey: SF Muni rider satisfaction is at a 20-year high (SF Examiner)
  • On-demand "microtransit" in Richmond is popular; mostly used to reach BART station (Local News Matters)
  • Historic maps tell deeper stories than just what's on them (The Source)
  • Geothermal energy is coming (LA Times)
  • Lawmakers fold, approve $400 million loan for Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant (Sacramento Bee)
  • Grand jury report charges local website with creating dysfunction, toxic environment at Stockton City Hall (Local News Matters)
  • Some cities are trying a new tactic to evade housing laws (CalMatters)

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