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Today’s Headlines

8:33 AM PDT on September 29, 2017

    • Business, labor leaders warn Republicans reps not to back gas tax repeal—suggesting instead that they use it to cudgel Dem opponents (Sacramento Bee)
    • Repealing gas tax would be a mistake (OC Register)
    • Notion to ban gas car sales in California gains momentum (Sacramento Bee)
    • Palo Alto has some success in reducing solo driving and increasing transit use, and steps up its game (Mercury News)
    • Menlo Park wants new freeway lanes for buses--to keep them off local streets (Mercury News)
    • Contra Costa BART stations to be revamped, including wider bike paths (East Bay Times)
    • In Gilroy, pedestrian safety detail tickets lots of drivers not paying attention (Gilroy Dispatch)
    • San Francisco considers overhauling, limiting residential parking permits (SF Examiner)
    • Sky-high housing costs make California the poorest state (CalMatters)
    • After earthquake in Mexico, parks and bicycles—and bus-only lanes—are a lifeline (CityLab)
    • Way to do your job, Mr. Pruitt: U.S. EPA threatens to cut funding for Justice Department environmental work (NY Times)
    • Why this environmental journalist never writes about overpopulation (Vox)
    • “Snob zoning” is just another name for racial discrimination (Washington Post)

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