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Today’s Headlines

7:38 AM PDT on July 9, 2015

    • Demand-responsive parking pricing program gets thumbs up from Berkeley residents, city manager (Berkeleyside)
    • AC Transit may get double-decker buses (Oakland Tribune)
    • Major upgrades coming to Metro's Rosa Parks station (UrbanizeLA)
    • BART to close transbay tube for repairs two weekends in August, September (SF Examiner)
    • Stockton approves plan to incentivize downtown development (Stockton City Limits)
    • More on LA Metro's Blue Ribbon recommendations (CityLab)
    • More about local control of Pacific Surfliner train (KPCC)
    • Driverless taxis could lower emissions (NextCity)
    • Urban density isn't as dense as it used to be (Grist)
    • Interview with Santa Monica city manager Rick Cole, Part II (Santa Monica Next)
    • In Paris, with a goal to triple bike trips (hello, California!), bicyclists will be allowed to go through some red lights; yes, they tested the concept (BBC News)
    • Night Riders/Bike Party—in St Petersburg (The Calvert Journal)

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