Today’s Headlines

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  • Huge new transbay transit center opens in San Francisco (The Epoch Times)
  • Marin water district puts up signs prohibiting all e-bikes from its trails (Marin Independent Journal)
  • Work begins in Salinas in anticipation of future commuter rail service connection to Bay Area (The Californian)
  • BART security plan is not popular (Curbed)
  • Where your gas tax dollars go (CalMatters)
  • Oakland is undergoing a massive construction boom (Mercury News)
  • What would happen if cars were removed from cities? (European Sting)
  • Aliso Canyon mitigation settlement could go towards reducing methane from cows (Inside Climate News)

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Talking Headways Podcast: The Uber Effect

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This week we're joined by Andrew Salzberg, head of transportation policy and research at Uber. Andrew talks about growing up in Montreal and his previous transportation work at the World Bank. We also chat about the importance of transportation policy at the city level and Uber's support for congestion pricing.

Today’s Headlines

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  • Nevada County seeks public input on its plans for bike and pedestrian safety (Yuba Net)
  • StanCOG releases final environmental review for Regional Transportation Plan (Patterson Irrigator)
  • BART okays new safety measures but not everyone’s happy (SF Chronicle)
  • GoBike expansion slowing in SF (Curbed)
  • Dockless bikeshare is teaching Seattle plenty (Grist)
  • Well…. maaaaybe: Denham (R-Turlock) says he’ll be the next Transportation and Infrastructure chair (Roll Call)
  • Building sustainability projects brings many additional benefits (Sacramento Bee)
  • Sierra College to hold a primer on California climate policy (Sierra Sun)
  • In the midst of DMV wait-time controversy, Sacramento Bee exposes a secret DMV office near Capitol

More California headlines at Streetsblog LA and Streetsblog SF

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