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Today’s Headlines

8:21 AM PDT on May 14, 2019

    • Parental advice on living car-free (CityLab)
    • New report shows many low-income Californians are still waiting for clean energy incentives (NRDC)
    • The crime of being black in a city that doesn't want you (Mother Jones)
    • Bill Nye calls it like he sees it: There's no time to waste dickering about climate change (Hollywood Reporter)
    • Trump tariffs raise the price of transit fare cards made in China (Seattle Times)
    • Tariffs on bikes rise to 36%, will be paid by consumers (WVTF)
    • Mapping potential parcel-specific effects of SB 50 (Urban Footprint)
    • Central Valley's persistent poverty problem (CNBC)
    • Uber collects travel data--but says cities that want to share it violate privacy (Wired)
    • Are e-bikes the answer to everything? (USA Today)

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