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Todayā€™s Headlines

9:09 AM PDT on March 15, 2016

    • Community group dismisses its own lawsuit against San Diego bike lanes (BikeSD)
    • Are freeways anonymous, unsurveilled places to shoot people? (Contra Costa Times)
    • Politics gave L.A. the Gold Line, at the expense of a better system (LA Times)
    • On CEQA, NIMBYs, and infill housing (Planetizen)
    • Where five-year-olds bike safely to school (hint: no parents dropping kids off in cars) (Momentum Magazine)
    • Is it time for U.S. cities to ban right turns on red? (Next City)
    • What I learned when an angry group destroyed my public meeting (Planetizen)
    • The climate change spending gap (CityLab)
    • Climate change not a thing? February saw the biggest spike in global temperatures in modern history (Washington Post)
    • Pigeons tweet about air quality in Londonā€”using Twitter (Grist)

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