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Today’s Headlines

7:45 AM PDT on May 11, 2018

    • There is too much carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. What's it gonna take, people? (Business Insider)
    • All for the free bananas: thousands ride on Bike to Work Day (SFgate)
    • San Rafael pilots a protected bike path (Marin Independent Journal)
    • Rising costs threaten San Rafael's multiuse path (Marin Independent Journal)
    • In SF, a plan to increase pedestrian crossing time at signals for safety (SF Chronicle)
    • Completion of downtown Berkeley BART plaza delayed (Berkeleyside)
    • Colorado passes law allowing local rules on bikes at stop signs (Coloradoan)
    • San Diego, Chula Vista among cities picked by Feds as testing ground for autonomous drone deliveries (San Diego Union Tribune)
    • Multimodal transportation can work in suburban and rural settings (MobilityLab)
    • Clean car and fuel economy standards under attack; what next? (NRDC)
    • How two transit agency decisions pushed the NY subway into crisis, with amazing graphics (NY Times)
    • Cities are using small reminders to change behavior, and it's paying off (Fast Company)

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