Today’s Headlines

  • Cities are finally realizing they don’t need so much damn parking (Grist)
  • Climate policies are good for business (Sacramento Bee)
  • California is first with a plan to meet federal clean power requirements (E&E)
  • The best thing you can do for the environment: Drive less (Mobility Lab)
  • Eye candy: Map of future rail and BRT in Los Angeles (Cal Urbanist)
  • The Uber con at the DNC (Medium)
  • Let a thousand Ubers bloom (City Observatory)
  • FHWA report: Achieve equity by addressing active transportation (Planetizen)
  • Gehry calls L.A. River “disgusting” (Hollywood Reporter)

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