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Today’s Headlines

8:40 AM PDT on July 6, 2017

    • Long-distance Amtrak trains—including the Coast Starlight—could get the axe (SF Chronicle)
      • ….and so could climate change research (Daily News)
    • The connections between affordable housing and climate change (Sacramento Bee)
    • CA's cap-and-trade system: It's the cap that matters (Environmental Defense Fund)
    • Massacre: In CA, 35 people were killed in traffic over holiday weekend (San Diego Union Tribune)
    • Sacramento river will get a paved trail connection to Midtown (Sacramento Bee)
    • S.F. contemplates expansion of transit-only lanes “experiment” (NextCity)
    • Public transit's effect on real estate prices (Realtor.com)
    • When freedom's just another word for “get out of my way” (Frontier Group)
    • What have we sacrificed for transportation independence? (Strong Towns)
    • Some thoughts about revitalizing and gentrifying neighborhoods (Granola Shotgun)
    • Video: Awwww, puppy thinks he's pedaling that bike <3 (SB Nation)

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