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Today’s Headlines

9:02 AM PDT on October 19, 2015

    • We're in trouble this winter, and here's a preview (NY Times) (Guardian)(ABC News)
    • Not everyone is stuck in traffic: total amount of time spent traveling, per capita, has decreased in U.S. (Transportationist)
    • Cell phone data is tracking traffic (Fortune)
    • Chinese companies readying bids for work on CA high speed rail (Business Insider)
    • But Palo Alto says: whoa, there, young fella (CA High Speed Rail Blog)
    • Sacramento is still struggling to find an agreement on transportation funding (LA Times)
    • House proposes six-year federal transportation bill, mostly to highways (The Hill)
    • All the unintended consequences of less driving by millenials (Salon)
    • Lawmakers seek investigation of Chevron's failure to disclose climate change data(LA Times)
    • Oakland proposes eliminating parking requirements for downtown developments (East Bay Express)
    • Berkeley surveys public for ideas on safety and traffic flow in downtown (InsideBayArea)

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