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Today’s Headlines

8:42 AM PDT on May 21, 2019

    • Why bicycle riders get angry, in one short video (SF Examiner)
    • East Palo Alto celebrates opening of bike pedestrian overpass (Palo Alto Online)
    • $40 million for LA river bike path (Curbed)
    • Report: Make transit free to offset impacts from Uber/Lyft (SF Examiner)
    • Numbers: Distracted driving is killing us (Mercury News)
    • THAT housing bill is not quite dead (Press Democrat)
    • Electric cars have been around for a very long time (Interesting Engineering)
    • Chevron to install electric vehicle chargers at its stations (CleanTechnica)
    • Not everyone working on autonomous vehicles thinks like Musk (The Drive)
    • L.A.'s plan to fight climate change needs public support (LA Times)
    • California cities roll towards sustainability (NRDC)
    • Many question remain about gas price disparities (Business Journal)
    • Cautionary tale: The dangerous standoff between Uber and Buenos Aires (CityLab)

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