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Who is running for Santa Cruz City Council?
There are eight candidates running for three seats on the Santa Cruz City Council in November. David Terrazas is the only incumbent running, so the City Council will have at least two new faces next...
Read more at KSBW Salinas
Miss. failing bridges now a concern
JACKSON -- Mention highway safety and people have all sorts of ideas of what that means. To the Highway Patrol, it suggests expanding the ranks of state troopers. For the Mississippi Department of...
Read more at The Commercial Dispatch
Mississippi Department of Transportation
Mothers Against Drunk Driving
ELECTION 2014: Chiang seeks shuffle from controll...
Chiang will face Republican challenger Greg Conlon as Chiang aims to move a half-mile up the Capitol Mall and jump from one state fiscal office to another. Chiang got 55 percent of the vote to...
Read more at The Bakersfield Californian
MDOT approves Faulkner Scenic Byway
Errol Castens | Buy at photos.djournal.com Long vistas through such woods as William Faulkner might have hunted are among the scenes along the newly designated Faulkner Scenic Byway. JACKSON –...
Read more at Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
No more outrage in Lafayette over Plan Bay Area
Thirteen months ago, about 200 people at the Lafayette Veterans Hall heated to a slow boil as community activists railed about Plan Bay Area, the regional growth and land-use strategy that emphasizes...
Read more at Inside Bay Area
Association of Bay Area Governments
Metropolitan Transportation Commission
William J. Ronan, first MTA chairman, dies at 101
William John Ronan, the first chairman and CEO of the New York Metropolitan Transit Authority, died Wednesday, Oct. 15, 2014, at his home in West Palm Beach. He was 101. Mr. Ronan, who was born on...
Read more at Palm Beach Daily News
WEST PALM BEACH
Vote Yes on Measure BB
Pleasanton Weekly definitely made the right call here. We need to reduce traffic in the Tri-Valley and we have the chance by voting YES on Measure BB! This editorial has a great summary of projects...
Read more at Pleasanton Weekly
Sen. Reid attends groundbreaking of Mobility Trai...
LAS VEGAS -- The Regional
of Southern Nevada and U.S. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid D-Nev. celebrated the groundbreaking of its new Mobility Training Center Friday. The...
Read more at KLAS Las Vegas
Marin IJ recommendations for governor and other s...
California voters will be asked to decide who is going serve in the state's top eight constitutional offices. Three of the incumbents are being forced out by term limits. Here are our recommendations...
Read more at Marin Independent Journal
Texas Tribune to host legislative discussion - Th...
The Texas Tribune will host an event with Sen. Robert Nichols and Rep. Travis Clardy from 11:30 a.m. until 1 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 22, at the Stephen F. Austin State University. Evan Smith, Texas...
Read more at The Gilmer Mirror
Part 2: S. Paula City Council candidates address ...
Attracting new business, Measure F, streets and whether the city should have a forensic audit were among the questions addressed by those seeking elected office at the September 24 Candidates...
Read more at Santa Paula Times
Corning City Council approves Solano Street impro...
CORNING >> The City Council on Tuesday approved engineering plans for the Solano Street improvement and beautification project, which city officials say would improve traffic and pedestrian...
Read more at Red Bluff Daily News
Contractor hired for expressway improvements
Emery Sapp and Sons of Columbia will be paid more than $20 million to rebuild part of the Rex Whitton Expressway in Jefferson City. The Missouri Highways and
Read more at Jefferson City News Tribune
Alameda County: I-580 political signs spark free ...
CASTRO VALLEY -- Property rights activist Michael Shaw says the freeway billboards he erected this summer are a warning against a global government plot to abolish private property and crowd Americans...
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La Mesa gets grant for pedestrian, bicycle safety
LA MESA La Mesa was recently awarded nearly $1 million from the California
Active Transportation Program for the “King Street Project.” The project will provide safe and...
Read more at San Diego Union-Tribune
La Mesa City Council
Crash at I-80 Donner Lake Interchange Closes West...
CDC: 2nd Hospital Worker With Ebola Took FlightCDC: 2nd Hospital Worker With Ebola Took Flight Health officials are alerting airline passengers who were on the same flight as a Texas nurse who was...
Read more at KTVN Reno
Kirksville traffic light debate still not finished
After expressing much frustration about the Kirksville City Council’s decision on the downtown traffic signals, the Airport and
decided to send another recommendation to the...
Read more at Kirksville Daily Express
State approves $1.6M for ag park tracks
The proposed connection would link property in the park to the existing nearby tracks of the Canadian National Railway. ''This will provide both an east and a west connection to Canadian National on...
Read more at The Fort Dodge Messenger
Canadian National Railway
Greater Fort Dodge Growth Alliance
Richmond bridge bike lane plan will bog down thir...
It's easy to blame the Metropolitan
over the slow pace of restoring the third auto lane on the often-gridlocked Richmond-San Rafael Bridge. Now it appears that frustration...
Read more at Marin Independent Journal
Alameda County seeks bike-pedestrian panelist
The Alameda County
is seeking residents of Dublin and Livermore to fill a position on its Bicycle Pedestrian Advisory Committee. The 11-member committee of county residents...
Read more at The Daily Review
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