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Today’s Headlines

8:33 AM PST on December 20, 2017

    • California passes new state climate plan (NPR)
    • California's good weather makes it a terrible place to test autonomous vehicles (Motherboard)
    • More on study of the future of North Coast Railroad Authority (Times-Standard)
    • Tesla wants tax breaks in California (Sacramento Bee)
    • Senator Schumer calls for security “theater” on trains; why not bollards and curbs for bike lanes? (Systemic Failure)
    • Santa Cruz bicycling club gives out grants (Santa Cruz Sentinel)
    • Richmond BART station improvements are a harbinger of coming downtown boom (Mercury News)
    • Davis to get dockless electric bike-share (BikeBiz)
    • Five fantasy transit maps for the Bay Area (Mercury News)
    • Berkeley could and should increase its “missing middle” housing (Berkeleyside)
    • Florida police give out hundreds of tickets to pedestrians, but don't seem to understand the law (The Florida Times)
    • European Union rules that Uber is a taxi company (Sacramento Bee)

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