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Today’s Headlines

8:47 AM PST on November 15, 2017

    • Why fines for “distracted pedestrians” are a dumb idea (Globe and Mail)
    • Pedestrianizing is good; humanizing is better (CityMetric)
    • Sacramento is making itself more bike-friendly (Sacramento City Express)
    • Competition, pressure from feds and other states are driving CA DMV's driverless vehicle regulations (GovTech)
    • Natural gas industry is panicking and fear mongering in California (Clean Technica)
    • Senate tax plan would even eliminate the commuter cycling benefit (Bicycling)
    • Sea level rise is already affecting California coast (Capitol Weekly)
    • So Cal smog is getting worse (LA Times)
    • Using Google Streetview to map people (Places Journal)
    • How bike-share makes money on data (Sydney Morning Herald)
    • The costs of housing costs (Capitol Weekly)
    • YIMBYs are having an effect on housing policies (Mercury News)

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