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Today’s Headlines

8:20 AM PDT on July 19, 2017

    • BART tests Clipper card-only entrances (ABC)
    • City of El Monte plans bike/pedestrian bridge, bike lanes (San Gabriel Valley Tribune)
    • Will you end up paying more for gas (as you should) because of cap-and-trade extension? (Sacramento Bee)
    • Governing interviews CalSTA secretary Brian Kelly about how the coming gas tax will be used
    • Why affordable housing is part of cap-and-trade (KPCC)
    • Wall Street Journal says the cap-and-trade vote by Republicans is a “betrayal” and “act of political self-sabotage”
      • LA Times has a more nuanced, informed take on that political fallout
    • Stop thinking you can solve climate change by yourself, and take on polluting corporations (Guardian)
    • Ports of L.A., Long Beach set to release Clean Air Action Plans today (Press Telegram)
    • LA County will build new homes—and sprawl (Daily News)
    • Lawsuit says adding a carpool lane to Highway 50 will increase traffic (Sacramento Bee)
    • San Bernardino approves toll lane project (Construction Dive)
    • The solution for too much traffic is to remove highways (Urbanist)

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