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Today’s Headlines

8:12 AM PDT on April 19, 2019

    • E-bikes can boost the well-being of older people (The Epoch Times)
    • Report: Improving transportation systems is good for riders' mental health (SmartCitiesDive)
    • Mountain View offers discounts on mid-day rides shared rides with Lyft, Uber to supplement its commute-hour services (Patch)
    • Why do Americans hate bikes? (Outside Online)
    • Can removing lanes on a busy street improve traffic? (Strong Towns)
    • Renovations come to I-10; traffic predicted to increase over time (Highland News)
    • Highway 395 to be widened "for safety" (Victor Valley Daily Press)
    • Anti-tax lawsuits hold up Highway 101 project in Marin-Sonoma (Marin Independent Journal)
    • The most common ride via ride-hail in Chicago is one mile long (Streetsblog Chicago)
    • Utility companies plan collaboration to build EV charging stations along I-5 from San Diego to Seattle (Capital Public Radio)
    • SB 50 opponents release an ugly ad campaign, using James Baldwin as a poster boy (SF Chronicle)
    • Study: Clean energy holds promise of a wide range of well-paid jobs (Route Fifty)
    • Libraries of things are great (Resilience)

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