News summary November 2

Editorial: Sacramento River parkway can be real (SacBee, 2012-11-02)

Back-seat Driver: Sacramento railyard open house to show off historic paint shop (2012-11-02)

See the light (Sacramento News & Review, 2012-11-01; there doesn’t seem to be a link for this comment on riding RT light rail from editor Nick Miller)

Government officials champion Sacramento transit (Bus Ride, 2012-11-01)

Fight looms over Sacramento’s fenced-off levees (SacBee, 2012-11-01); Public access to levees would improve safety (SacBee, 2012-11-01); Restore public access to Pocket levees (SacBee, 2012-11-02)

Jury hears pointed final arguments in wrongful-death suit involving RT bus (SacBee, 2012-10-31)

Woman dies after being hit by SUV on Franklin Boulevard (SacBee, 2012-10-31); Coroner IDs pedestrian killed on Franklin Blvd. (SacBee 2012-11-01)

Bike rider dies after falling in Watt traffic lane (SacBee, 2012-10-30); Update: Man run over on Watt Avenue identified (SacBee, 2012-11-01)

Town hall meeting to look at levee access plan (SacBee, 2012-10-28)

Public invited to meeting on Sacramento levee access (2012-10-26)

Built too near the levee? (2012-09-23)

Pedestrian etiquette? (Limit Reached, 2012-10-23; I really don’t know what to make of this, but I guess it is news, or a sort)

Sacramento ranks fourth in U.S. for bicycle commuting (Sacramento Business Journal, 2010-01-17; this is old news, but I found it interesting and wanted to include it)

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Dan Allison is the Safe Routes to School Coordinator for San Juan USD, Sacramento area. Dan dances and backpacks, as much as possible.
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