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Today’s Headlines

8:36 AM PST on December 19, 2018

    • CHP outlines new CA traffic laws going into effect in 2019 (ABC)
    • Jump bikes are getting a redesign (Mashable)
    • Surprise! Online shopping leads to more trips, not fewer (Time)
    • CPUC shifts framework for transportation electrification (Microgrid Knowledge)
    • What CA can learn from protests in France: Don't leave disadvantaged groups out of climate policies (CityLab)
    • Is it time for CA to copy Minneapolis? The city considers plan that would put it at the vanguard vis-a-vis climate policies (MinnPost)
    • Lyft hires another sustainable transportation activist (Business Insider)
    • Levandowski claims his autonomous car drove him from CA to NY (Guardian)
    • Musk debuts his test tunnel for Teslas (Curbed, TreeHugger)
    • U.S. is experiencing one of the biggest “housing booms”—that is, high prices—in its history (Quartz)

And this one from yesterday, with the link fixed:

    • SF loses affordable housing units as fast as it can build them (KQED)

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