Today’s Headlines

  • South Coast AQMD considers ending local cap-and-trade system to get better pollution reductions (KPCC)
  • There are many transportation sales tax measures on ballots across state, U.S. (San Gabriel Valley Tribune)
  • The best show on TV is about living carless in the suburbs (Grist)
  • How driverless cars could reduce pollution (The Hill)
  • But let’s call them driverless vehicles (Human Transit)
  • How driverless vehicles change cities will depend on who owns them (Slate)
  • Mayors to Trump: Cities are doing just great, thanks (Politico)

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