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Today’s Headlines

8:52 AM PDT on July 22, 2015

    • Hermosa Beach will rely on a computer program to help it go carbon-neutral (Daily Breeze)
    • New Metro CEO asks: What do you want from Southern California's mass transit system? (Daily News)
    • CA bill to ban tolls on bridges bogs down (Marin Independent Journal)
    • Fight over bike lane in Westwood: same old objections, excuses (LA Times)
    • Infographic: Historic housing trends in Santa Monica (Santa Monica Next)
    • Strategic Growth Council goes on listening tour to hear what went right, wrong in first year of Affordable Housing and Sustainable Communities program (California Planning & Development Report) (MoveLA)
    • League of CA Cities adopts resolution urging governor to take action on transportation funding (CA League of Cities)
    • US Senate reaches preliminary agreement on six-year transportation bill (Wall Street Journal)
    • Governor Brown at the Vatican Climate Summit (KPCC)
    • How Istanbul improved air quality by putting pedestrians first (The City Fix)

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