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Today’s Headlines

9:01 AM PST on December 13, 2017

    • Pedestrian-blaming is a thing: Biloxi thinks two crosswalks are too much (Sun Herald), witnesses call pedestrians “lazy” for not protecting themselves with faded paint at crosswalks (KITV), and engineers won't do anything (Systemic Failure)
    • Coachella Valley transit agency orders more electric buses with cap-and-trade money (Mass Transit)
    • Santa Cruz needs to do same (Mass Transit)
    • San Mateo considers shuttles to increase reach of transit (Patch)
    • LAO report: Cap-and-trade could raise a lot of money (LA Times)
    • In Paris, former gov Schwarzenegger rides a bike, says Trump alone--not U.S.--pulled out of climate accords (The Hill)
    • More on mileage fee to replace gas tax (ABC10)
    • Gas tax fuels 2018 election fight (Capitol Weekly)
    • Cal Poly SLO recognized for the first time as Bicycle Friendly University (Cal Poly News)
    • Lime Bike debuts dockless bike-sharing on Alameda island: one group “group reported a woman in a cocktail dress, riding recklessly and laughing. It sounded like Trouble with a capital T” (Alameda Magazine)
    • The great bicycle helmet controversy (
    • Neil DeGrasse Tyson on urban heat islands (The Dirt)

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