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Today’s Headlines

8:40 AM PDT on October 25, 2018

    • No, electric cars are not enough to save us. We must drive less. (Curbed)
    • California's cigarette taxes and smoking bans have saved $$$$ and lives (Could we apply similar tactics to transportation?) (CALmatters)
    • Travel surveys should ask about all modes to get accurate data (Forbes)
    • It's okay not to wear a bike helmet (Bicycling)
    • Chevron agrees to pay a fine, clean up its act a little bit (San Francisco Chronicle)
    • Rhode Island Waves: DOT tells peds to wave at drivers if they want to cross the street (Coventry Courier)
    • Riverside County plans a brand-new freeway (Press Enterprise)
    • What happens when affordability requirements expire? (NextCity)
    • Suspicious package sent to Maxine Waters (LA Times)
    • One more in a string of suspicious fires at housing construction sites in the East Bay (SF Chronicle)

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