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Today’s Headlines

8:26 AM PDT on October 3, 2018

    • The world is “nowhere near on track” to reduce global warming emissions (Guardian)
    • The federal administration acknowledges disastrous rise in global temperatures, says "oh well" (Washington Post)
    • US Sec of Transportation Elaine Chao ceremoniously formalizes grant to expand I-5 in Santa Clarita Valley (Signal SCV)
    • Riding electric bikes is not “cheating” (Forbes)
    • Bicycling violations don't compare to driving violations (Outside)
    • SF Supervisors question city's process for choosing among scooter companies (SF Examiner)
    • Wait, why can't kids ride e-scooters? (Curbed)
    • Self-driving cars are coming, but so is plenty of parking (LA Times)
    • How property flippers screw over tenants (LA Times)

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