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Today’s Headlines

8:46 AM PDT on May 2, 2019

    • How much distracted driving happens? Insurers know (LA Times)
    • What happens when a city adopts Uber for its public transit system (CityLab)
    • The gender gap in transportation data (London Reconnections)
    • High speed rail plan shows higher costs, plan to start slowly (SF Chronicle)
    • CNN uses "removing X number of cars from the road" as a yardstick for personal actions on climate change--but fails to consider "not driving" as one of those actions
    • Metered parking spots are so much less expensive per hour than office space--so people are working at the curb (Fast Company)
    • L.A.'s first two-way bike lane debuts (LAist)
    • "Bicycle roads" are taking over Southern California!! (We wish) (Pasadena Star News)
    • Bird scooters return to SF with monthly rentals (Curbed)
    • Who is spending how much to influence CA legislation (Sacramento Bee)

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