Today’s Headlines

  • Berkeley may soon add regular ferry service to S.F. and maybe Redwood City, Napa (Berkeleyside)
  • Electric buses coming to Central Valley cities (PR Newswire)
  • A call to action on climate change (Sacramento News & Review)
  • Ontario, Quebec, and California hold joint climate change meeting in Marrakech (Ontario)
  • How can we get truly responsive and inclusive planning? (Planetizen)
  • Trump’s infrastructure plan wouldn’t actually fix America’s infrastructure problems (Vox)
  • Can Trump stop the clean tech transition? (Ethan Elkind)
  • High speed rail reality and Hyperloop dreams (KQED)
  • Can your city change your mind? (Curbed)

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State Assembly okays extension of greenhouse gas reduction targets (Streetsblog)  (Mercury News) (Union Democrat) …with more than a dozen members changing their minds to vote yes (LA Times) Latest cap-and-trade auction is disappointing (Streetsblog) (LA Times)  (Capital Public Radio) Climate change is a working class issue (Ventura County Star) OCTA considers distance-based fare structure to […]