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Today’s Headlines

8:17 AM PDT on October 17, 2019

    • Fight climate change. Ride a bike (Bicycling)
    • Your dream car is an e-bike (Willamette Week)
    • BART proposes letting its SFO riders go through security lines faster (SFist)
    • US EPA bypassed its own west coast team, hired political appointees to target California (New York Times)
    • Developer Ghielmetti retires from CA Transportation Commission, joins High-Speed Rail board (SF Chronicle)
    • So much work goes into fighting to protect people, environment from lax oil industry practices (NRDC)
    • Hostile design continues to ruin public spaces (Design Week)
    • Car ownership is rising (Wired)
    • What happens when a city bans cars? (BBC)
    • Caltrans says it saved $233 million by being more efficient (SF Chronicle)

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