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Today’s Headlines

8:46 AM PDT on May 4, 2017

    • A shout out to bike commuters (ABC10)
    • People in Sacramento aren't sure what “jaywalking” is (Capital Public Radio)
    • Persistence pays off with new bike lanes in Woodside (Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition)
    • Cupertino proposes bike boulevards (The Mercury News)
    • Most Americans see value in public transportation (Mobility Lab)
    • Analysis of new cap-and-trade proposal (Sacramento Bee)
    • Arguments about cap-and-trade and the definition of “tax” continue (Fox&Hounds)
    • CA climate investments leading to more zero-emission vehicles in the Central Valley (Central Valley Business Times)
    • Lots of questions and comments to the DMV around self-driving cars rules (Ars Technica)
    • Housing: A Palo Alto “tear down” exposes a hole in local housing policies (Vox)
    • ICYMI: The guy in charge of U.S. public housing doesn't want people living in it be comfortable (NY Times)
    • In Orange County, $84,000 a year now qualifies as “low-income” (Orange County Register)
    • Chemical Safety Board, in charge of investigating Torrance refinery explosion, is threatened by Trump budget cuts (Daily News)

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