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Today’s Headlines

9:23 AM PDT on March 15, 2017

    • Learning from California's experience with clean energy (Mountain Town News)
    • The case for including transit in infrastructure plans (Progressive Railroading)
    • The future car is driverless, shared, and electric (but doesn't have pedals???) (Davis Enterprise)
    • SF Fire Department safety concerns caused long delays for traffic calming projects  (SF Examiner)
    • New book describes history of fight to put BART underground through Berkeley (Berkeleyside)
    • West Sacramentans complain about paying for parking when there is so much of it (Sacramento Bee)
    • Using your camera to improve your city (Curbed)
    • Robots are already here (Forbes)
    • Who's killing the electric car, again? (Treehugger)
    • Cities are buying electric vehicle fleets (Bloomberg)
    • VW settlement funds will benefit Sacramento's sustainability (Car and Driver)
    • Birmingham, England: Undercover cops enforce their version of 3-foot rule (The Guardian)

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