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Today’s Headlines

8:55 AM PDT on October 1, 2018

    • How bike-share data could help improve cities (Technology Review)
    • Brown signs BART housing bill (Mercury News)
    • An appreciation of the ACE train (SF Chronicle) (Same article at Ventura County Star)
    • Caltrain could replace an 8-lane freeway (Caltrain HSR)
    • Pedestrian bridge over La Cienega could actually happen (LA Weekly)
    • Air Resources Board strengthens vehicle emission rules (San Diego Union Tribune)
      • and makes Low Carbon Fuel Standard stricter (SCVnews)
      • ...and adds new incentives for hydrogen, electricity, and biofuel use (ArsTechnica)
    • Clean vehicle legislation could change the way San Diegans commute.... a little (NBC)
    • Hey, John Cox: Fresno is not “nowhere” (Systemic Failure)
    • Lafayette City Manager resigns in frustration at residents' disinterest re housing, climate change (East Bay Times)
    • Clean energy at stake in these state governor elections (Daily Bulletin)

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