News bites: No T-SPLOST do-over in Georgia

Your morning transportation speed-read:

Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal (R) has said there will be no do-over for a proposed transportation sales tax that was defeated in most of his state.

San Antonio's International Airport was closed because of a bomb threat.

Sacramento's International Airport has been preliminarily approved by the Transportation Secretary Administration for private-security screeners.

The Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS) is making changes to its normal bus and light rail service for the Democratic National Convention.

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