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Today’s Headlines

8:12 AM PDT on September 17, 2018

    • Cycling is the key to safer, healthier, more vital cities (CityLab)
    • How a transportation safety net could help prevent homelessness (CALmatters)
    • Why kids aren't walking to school (Long Beach Post)
    • The big commitments from the Global Climate Action Summit (GreenBiz)
    • Brown signs green-vehicle laws (Courthouse News)
    • ...including one that will regulate emissions from ride-hail companies (Green Car Congress)
    • Is cap-and-trade an effective emissions-fighting tool or a license to pollute? (Truthout)
    • Lyft app update will show scooters as well as nearby vehicles (Curbed)
    • The best U.S. cities for biking (People for Bikes)
    • SCAG executive director will move to SANDAG (San Diego Union Tribune)
    • Sebastopol gets new bike lanes (Sonoma West)
    • San Jose gets parking protected bike lanes, car drivers get confused (CBS)
    • Nevada County seeks input on bike and pedestrian improvements (The Union)

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