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Today’s Headlines

8:14 AM PDT on October 17, 2017

    • The winners and the loser in the California legislative session (Mercury News)
    • Forbes ponders whether California could succeed in banning gas vehicles
    • LAPD “takes on” texting drivers—by reminding them not to do it (Patch)
    • Self-driving cars are on a collision course with our crappy cities (The Verge)
    • Driverless shuttles await permission to test on public roads in California (ITS International)
    • How BART is working to make its trains quieter (BART)
    • Van Ness BRT faces construction delays (SF Examiner)
    • Ferry ridership between Berkeley and San Francisco is growing (East Bay Times)
    • It's hard out there for a carless person who wants to date (LA Times)
    • California fires leave many homeless where housing was already scarce (NY Times)
    • Mexico City has a “bicycle mayor” (Voice of America)

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