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Today’s Headlines

8:56 AM PST on March 8, 2018

    • Towards an active California: best practices for people-oriented cities (Western City)
    • New Caltrans leaders sworn in (OHS)
    • Youth's unprecedented suit accusing US government of endangering planet allowed to proceed (SF Chronicle)
    • Inland Empire leads state in job growth (SGC Tribune)
    • Roundup of bike projects in San Mateo County (SVBC)
    • SF to CA: we want demo of driverless vehicles before they hit city streets (SF Chronicle)
    • San Diego leaders lead the state on environmental justice (San Diego Free Press)
    • Judge blocks warehouse projects over environmental concerns (Coalition for Clean Air)
    • Palo Alto's move to preserve Eichlers betrays Eichler (Curbed)
    • Proposed housing in El Cerrito with ten affordable units runs up agains NIMBYs (Berkeleyside)

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