Today’s Headlines

  • Federal Report on Possible CAHSR Over-runs a Lot of Hot Air (CAHSR Blog)
  • Hanging out with bicyclists (Boom California)
  • Cyclists are winning at commuting (CityLab)
  • State lawmakers introduce bill to extend cap-and-trade (LA Times) (see Streetsblog coverage here)
  • Behind Brown’s cap-and-trade allocations (Fox & Hounds)
  • Unintended consequences of self-driving cars (Rodney Brooks)
  • A smaller federal role in transportation funding might not be so bad (Transit Center)
  • Report finds high speed rail could cost a lot more than projected (LA Times)
  • CA energy commission reports greenhouse gas emissions in electric sector are declining (Cal Energy Commission)
  • LA Metro As Ready for the Chargers as They Are the Rams (The Source)
  • Buffalo is the first city to remove minimum parking requirements (CityLab)
  • Rancho Cucamonga Ready for Mixed Use Developments (Daily Bulletin)

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New report raises concerns about emissions from California oil industry (EDF) Evaluating the results of BART’s peak-hour incentive program (CityLab) Sacramento fears NCAA visitors will fill downtown parking; offers free light rail rides to people who can easily afford a ticket (Sacramento Bee) Guessing the future effects of driverless cars on our cities: less car […]

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Study: Transit riders want better service, not free wifi (Transit Center) Why highways are the center of civil protests (Washington Post) California is still widening highways (Marinscope) ARB releases draft cap-and-trade amendments, proposal for continuing after 2020 (Lexology) (Utility Dive)  (Scientific American) (CAHSR blog) Fuel standards to be reassessed (Mercury) Carbon pricing in the wrong […]