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Today’s Headlines

8:54 AM PDT on April 29, 2016

    • Hurray for Redland's bike paths (Redlands Daily Facts)
    • Oakland gets new bike lanes on Telegraph (East Bay Times)
    • Driverless buses coming to public-transit-phobic Beverly Hills—because labor costs? (Co.Exist)
    • HSR board approves plan to San Jose (OC Register)
    • BART discovers why its new car crashed (SF Gate)
    • Berkeley presents plans for complicated interchange, with bike ped bridge, double roundabouts (Berkeleyside)
    • Connecting affordable housing and transit (Mobility Lab)
    • Top 20 percent are increasingly insulated geographically, economically from everyone else (New York Times)
      • Case in point: Stockton, not far from San Francisco, is not sharing in the rise in home values (Washington Post)
    • They're called “buses,” people: Fixing the American commute (Curbed)
    • CA's Sustainable Freight Action Plan will “shake up freight industry” (

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