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Measure J money pays off for commuters, parents and kids in San Ramon Valley
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on Aug 19, 2010
Parents, students and drivers love it. It creates jobs, cuts greenhouse gases and it costs just fractions of a cent. Not bad for a program just entering its second year. The program, Traffix, uses some of the half-cent sales tax money from Contra Costa County's Measure J to run buses for students at seven San Ramon Valley schools.
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posted Thursday, August 19, 2010, 12:15 AM
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