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Today’s Headlines

8:46 AM PDT on November 2, 2018

    • Let's build safer streets instead of requiring Halloween costumes to be lit up (Slate)
    • The many math errors behind the proposed rollback on federal clean-car standards all favor the administration's plan (The Atlantic)
    • Scooters and bike-share could save transit (Quartz)
    • New report offers insights into why walking, biking are so dangerous in Houston (Houston Chronicle)
    • Authorities in Sonoma County hope a bit of art will keep trucks from illegally—and unsafely--entering a bridge (CDLlife)
    • Bay Area's plan to make signals work better (GovTech)
    • Coal can't compete with other energy sources (The Conversation)

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