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Today’s Headlines

8:03 AM PDT on March 12, 2018

    • Alameda County to vote today on whether to grab transit money for a road: Actions (Green Caltrain)
    • La Verne making moves to become more bicycle friendly (Daily Bulletin)
    • Stanislaus County to get millions of federal dollars for roads (Modesto Bee)
    • First driverless bus deploys in CA (State Scoop)
    • If we don't plan for them, autonomous vehicles will make our car-dominated transit system even worse (LA Times)
    • Caltrans, flush with money, needs to hire a lot of people (Sacramento Bee)
    • CA high-speed rail business plan: costs will rise (Business Journal)
    • State bill would allow SF to implement congestion pricing (SF Examiner)
    • Prop 70, a product of cap-and-trade extension deal, has little support (LA Times)
    • Developer adds affordable units, invokes state law to get around NIMBYs in Berkeley (Berkeleyside)
    • Dublin City Council rejects 220-unit housing project near BART station: “too massive” and “wrong colors” (Systemic Failure)
    • Study: Climate change will wreak havoc on California agriculture (LA Times)
    • Solutions to congestion start with CEOs (Quartz)

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