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HEADLINES FOR JULY 24, 2014

California climate change policies to hit pocketbooks
San Francisco Chronicle $

Roadshow: Running into freeway signs, metering lights, ladders
San Jose Mercury News

Barnidge: Not every change in Lafayette is coming at a breakneck pace
Contra Costa Times

Largest funding piece for Golden Gate Bridge suicide barrier gets approval
Marin Independent Journal

Poll: Californians support global warming rules - unless gas prices rise
Sacramento Bee $

HEADLINES FOR JULY 23, 2014

Highway Trust Fund could be heading into bankruptcy
San Francisco Chronicle $

Roadshow: Woman painting toenails gets first prize for distracted driving
San Jose Mercury News

BART to consider rules on free lifetime transit passes for board members
Contra Costa Times

TSA opens precheck enrollment at SFO
Contra Costa Times

Berry Street Bridge concerns dominate mayor’s forum
Napa Valley Register

South San Francisco lays out plan to revitalize downtown
San Francisco Examiner

Flywheel app launches advance taxi booking to airport
San Francisco Examiner

House passes bill to improve airport security in wake of LAX shooting
Los Angeles Times $

Environmental concerns over oil-by-rail project could impact California gas prices
The Sun

HEADLINES FOR JULY 22, 2014

BART starts enforcing ban on stretching out at Powell Street
San Francisco Chronicle $

Roadshow: Why there are bottlenecks on I-280
San Jose Mercury News

With SMART coming, San Rafael transit hub to face 'jigsaw puzzle' of complications
Marin Independent Journal

HEADLINES FOR JULY 21, 2014

California bullet train: Interest from private investors revives shaky funding plan
Oakland Tribune

Roadshow: Gas prices will finally take a summer plunge
San Jose Mercury News

Survey shows many Marin workers have long commutes, solutions vary
Marin Independent Journal

NCTPA approves operating contract extension, may look to increase fares in 2015
Napa Valley Register

HEADLINES FOR JULY 20, 2014

Roadshow: Readers' favorite 'pay-it-forward' stories
San Jose Mercury News

Bikeway to boost Embarcadero safety
SFBAY

HEADLINES FOR JULY 19, 2014

Ride services up against big lobbying push in Sacramento
San Francisco Chronicle $

Public Invited to Weigh in on Updated Guidelines to Countywide Transportation Plans
Herald

HEADLINES FOR JULY 18, 2014

Roadshow: Is FasTrak an invasion of privacy?
San Jose Mercury News

Bay Bridge suicide sparks questions on plan for deterrent net
San Francisco Examiner

Highways Need a Higher Gas Tax
New York Times

San Francisco's Population Boom and How It Impacts You
sfist

Caltrans Says Projects Won't Continue For Long Without Federal Funding
Capital Public Radio

HEADLINES FOR JULY 17, 2014

Obama hits road for transportation funding push
San Francisco Chronicle $

$1.2 billion contract OKd for new Muni Metro light-rail cars
San Francisco Chronicle $

House passes short-term fix for highways as deadline nears
San Francisco Chronicle $

Drive to clean up S.F. freeway, construction air pollution
San Francisco Chronicle $

Roadshow: New striping on Highway 101 causes alarm
San Jose Mercury News

Caltrans: I-80 re-striping part of interchange project
Fairfield Daily Republic

House Passes Highway Bill as Deadline Looms
ABC

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