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Today’s Headlines

8:06 AM PDT on July 25, 2017

    • San Diego is trying to fix its bike-counting cameras, which are not up to snuff (KPBS)
    • DIY bike lanes are happening all over (Daily Republic)
    • The hysteria over distracted walking (Systemic Failure)
    • That's a no: Researches want bikes to have electronic tags so self-driving cars can see them (NPR)
    • Tamika Butler exits LACBC (Better Bike Share Partnership)
    • Caltrain electrification brings unnecessary cuts to weekend service (GJEL)
    • The story of SANDAG and climate change (San Diego Free Press)
    • CA regulatory agencies approve opening of Aliso Canyon despite warnings of “potential catastrophic” consequences (Daily News)
    • Inland Empire legislators lead on environment and health (Press Enterprise)
    • Putting train in a trench quiets things a bit in San Gabriel Valley (NBC)
    • California's dirtiest vehicles don't have to get smog checks (Mercury News)
    • If you rent, and don't own a car, you're paying a chunk of your rent for parking you don't need (Quartz)

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