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Today’s Headlines

8:50 AM PST on January 16, 2018

    • Super smart use of bike-share: Racking up miles in food delivery job (Chicago Reader)
    • Bikes will eat cars (Tree Hugger)
    • Is cap-and-trade too successful? (LA Times)
    • Mud-covered Highway 101 to remain closed indefinitely (San Luis
    • One gas tax repeal effort misses signature deadline; another one is very much alive (Sacramento Bee)
    • Palo Alto seeks feedback on Grand Boulevard Initiative (Palo Alto Online)
    • New Disney ride, getting raves, is a bus (OC Register)
    • Go on, California, blow up your zoning laws (Boston Globe)
    • Feds end approval for flashing pedestrian safety lights because of patent (Orlando Sentinel)
    • Legos tell the story of bad communication from the Florida DOT (Tampa Bay Times)
    • Public is nervous about driverless cars (Gov Tech)

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