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Today’s Headlines

8:35 AM PDT on March 30, 2018

    • That's a proposed light rail line in the San Fernando Valley that just got some state funding (Progressive Railroading)
    • Federal EPA is out to loosen vehicle emissions rules--or is it fuel economy standards? (LA Times, NY Times, SF Chronicle)
      • While California heads towards banning internal combustion engines (GreenBiz)
    • Americans don't think climate change will affect them (The Verge)
    • California steps up for environmental justice (High Country News)
    • Barricades blocked pedestrians from a plaza for eight years because of a sidewalk crack (LA Downtown News)
    • Credit union sues San Francisco for profiting from taxi medallion sales then letting their value die (Curbed)
    • Private companies want to take over public transportation—scratch that, they want to make money (The Guardian)
    • Congress wants to know why subway constructions costs so much (New York Times)
    • Why are self-driving cars aimed at the luxury market rather than transit? (Planetizen)

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