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Today’s Headlines

8:25 AM PDT on October 11, 2017

    • Former legislators use their relationships to lobby for big oil (CalMatters)
    • Goleta considers new bike and pedestrian improvements, including closing a walkway to prevent jaywalking (Noozhawk)
    • Walnut Creek readies its list of projects to receive gas tax money: lots of repaving (East Bay Times)
    • Redding considers roundabouts at freeway interchange (Record Searchlight)
    • San Francisco's brewing bike-share battle (SF Examiner)
    • What EPA's move to repeal Clean Power Plan could mean for California (SCPR)
    • More about new laws: Seat belts on buses, zero-emission vehicles
    • Rotterdam is a case study in trying small fixes—and losing the war against emissions (Next City)
    • Potential outcomes from autonomous cars: lower housing costs? End of light rail? More sprawl (GovTech)

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