Today’s Headlines

  • What’s really at stake in climate change bills? Reducing fuel use is not restricting fuel (Sacramento Bee)
  • Climate bills hinge on Democrat holdouts (Courthouse News)
  • Emissions reduction bill falters (Sacramento Bee)
  • Advocates urge Assemblymember Perea to change his vote to yes on climate change bills (Fresno Bee)
  • Legislators struggling to pass big bills as clocks tick in Sacramento (KQED)
  • Leaders consider amendments to climate change bills (LA Times)
  • Don’t forget about the Caltrans offer of $25,000 for good ideas (Equipment World)
  • Sierra Club still opposes bike trails on EBMUD land (Systemic Failure)
  • Governor Brown under fire for firing state oil regulators (East Bay Express)
  • SF Supervisor sets out his subway dreams (KQED)
  • These two LA bus stops might change the future of cities (Medium)
  • The story of SF’s new rider-friendly transit map (CityLab)
  • NY Times gets a little hysterical about LA’s Mobility Plan 2035 and forgets to talk to transit riders, pedestrians (NY Times)

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