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HEADLINES FOR DECEMBER 19, 2014

Bay Bridge light show will go on
San Francisco Chronicle $

Bay Bridge light sculpture hits fundraising goal to shine on
San Jose Mercury News

Roadshow: Cat lovers rise up
San Jose Mercury News

Tiny transit program a big help for West Marin seniors
Marin Independent Journal

SMART needs another $225 million to get train, pedestrian path from Larkspur to Cloverdale
Marin Independent Journal

Study reveals who's clogging Napa highways
Napa Valley Register

Demand for Real-Time Passenger Information Drives Business Forward for NextBus
IT Business Net

City CarShare To Expand Carsharing in East Bay Through One Million Dollar Grant Awarded by Metropolitan Transportation Authority
Herald Online

Award-Winning YES Conference Returns to the San Francisco Bay Area
gnom

Bay Bridge's Rods and Bolts May Not Need Replacement, Authorities Say
KGO

"Bay Lights" Will Keep Shining: Millions Raised to Make Bay Bridge Installation Permanent
NBC

Headlines for December 18, 2014

Bridge rods, bolts are safe, can stay, draft report says
San Francisco Chronicle $

Bay Bridge light show will go on
San Francisco Chronicle $

Bay Bridge light sculpture hits fundraising goal to shine on
Contra Costa Times

Three affordable housing projects in Mountain View to get $38 million city subsidy if built
San Jose Mercury News

Roadshow: Motorcycle lane-splitting can be safe, CHP study says
San Jose Mercury News

MTC commissioners beginning to see they were misled
Oakland Tribune

SMART gives go-ahead to large wetland restoration
Santa Rosa Press Democrat

SMART needs another $225 million to get train, pedestrian path from Larkspur to Cloverdale
Marin Independent Journal

Marin climate change program puts face on sea-level rise
Marin Independent Journal

License law will make roads safer, if we do it right
Sacramento Bee $

California highways seeing record traffic, bucking years of decline
Sacramento Bee $

The World's Biggest Car Company Wants to Get Rid of Gasoline
Business Week

HEADLINES FOR DECEMBER 17, 2014

BART’s new airport link grounded by piece of plastic
San Francisco Chronicle $

Roadshow: Colorado woman misses California DMV
San Jose Mercury News

Broadway Shuttle service expanded for New Year's Eve
Contra Costa Times

Injury concern prompts Muni to remove over 1,400 seats
San Francisco Examiner

Headlines for December 16, 2014

State Senate leader: Divest in coal to fight global warming
San Francisco Chronicle $

$5M approved for state’s quake early-warning system
San Francisco Chronicle $

Alternatives to gasoline can be worse on air
San Francisco Chronicle $

Offering licenses to undocumented drivers means safer roads
San Francisco Chronicle $

SamTrans and developer reach deal to let San Carlos Transit Village project begin
San Jose Mercury News

Roadshow: Griping about electronic freeway signs
San Jose Mercury News

Editorial: New San Rafael ferry shuttle is a wise investment
Marin Independent Journal

Here’s How to Fix Your Transit Plan, SANDAG
Voice of San Diego

Headlines for December 15, 2014

New Bay Bridge span is done, but 170 still working on the project
San Francisco Chronicle $

Roadshow: Why is Highway 87 so bumpy?
San Jose Mercury News

Headlines for December 14, 2014

Roadshow: Good deeds on road remembered
San Jose Mercury News

Marin Voice: Growth can be an opportunity in Marin if it's well-managed
Marin Independent Journal

Headlines for December 13, 2014

The truth about that “hidden gas tax”
San Francisco Chronicle $

Caltrans reassigning top official on new Bay Bridge eastern span
San Francisco Chronicle $

Terra Linda and Lucas Valley ferry riders to see new shuttle service Monday
Marin Independent Journal

Marin Voice: Bicycle coalition represents the interests of Marin
Marin Independent Journal

Dick Spotswood: Trolleys in Marin is an ill-conceived idea
Marin Independent Journal

Editorial: Marin County housing plan an important first step
Marin Independent Journal

Special Report: Sacramento Bee investigation of Bay Bridge
Sacramento Bee $

AC Transit, BART team for late-night service
Metro Magazine

Letter: 'I challenge you to justify the costs ...'
Pacific Sun

HEADLINES FOR DECEMBER 12, 2014

Roadshow: Tips for driving in fog
San Jose Mercury News

Despite tumbling birthrate, California population climbs to 38.5 million
Sacramento Bee $

California selects contractors for next phase of bullet train route
Los Angeles Times $

DMV prepares to issue driver's licenses to people who are here illegally
Los Angeles Times $

The Tax That Dare Not Be Hiked
The Atlantic

Bay Bridge Lights Will be a Permanent Installation
KGO Radio

Headlines for December 11, 2014

Transbay Transit Center vision includes thriving retail hub
San Francisco Chronicle $

'Bay Lights' gets offer of permanence from officials
San Francisco Chronicle $

Keep the Bay Bridge lights shining
San Francisco Chronicle $

Bay Bridge light sculpture to shine on with big donation
Contra Costa Times

El Cerrito sees more housing in its future
Contra Costa Times

Rapid change and congestion roils cozy Alameda
San Jose Mercury News

Mountain View council hikes construction fees to pay for more affordable housing
San Jose Mercury News

Roadshow: No new ramps planned at 237-880
San Jose Mercury News

Saratoga a step closer to addressing eight years of housing needs
San Jose Mercury News

County OKs housing program after making cutbacks
Marin Independent Journal

Golden Gate Route 80 to end this weekend, low ridership cited
Marin Independent Journal

Dick Spotswood: New state law says don't worry about traffic
Marin Independent Journal

California’s slow population growth likely to continue
Sacramento Bee $

Chronicle Critic John King Hates The Bay Lights, Says They Should Go Away Already
SFist

Tired of being bumped, Caltrain bike commuters push for more space
Peninsula Press

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