Today’s Headlines

  • What does that green paint mean? (Pasadena Now)
  • Hope springs eternal: OCTA awards contract for I-405 widening project (OC Register)
  • San Diego’s tech hub is reshaping downtown (Curbed)
  • Reaching CA clean energy goals means including everyone (Environmental Defense Fund)
  • New CA law names meadows, streams “green infrastructure”–what does that mean? (GreenBiz)
  • And so it begins: Automakers lobby Trump to lower or eliminate fuel economy standards (AutoNews)
  • Copenhagen allows bikes on board trains; ridership surges (Copenhagenize)

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