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Today’s Headlines

8:46 AM PST on January 21, 2020

    • BART touts its coming technological improvements
    • City of Irvine gets a Pedestrian Hybrid Beacon (UC Irvine)
    • Housing/transit bill SB 50 routed past committee that blocked it (SF Chronicle)
    • Optional surcharge for healthy soils and climate to be added to schmancy meals (Mother Jones)
    • Are Teslas suddenly accelerating on their own? (ABC13)
    • Driverless delivery vehicles are coming to California (Marketplace)
    • High-speed rail through the Sepulveda Pass? (Sportsfinding)
    • Santa Ana wants to expand its streetcar (Voice of OC)
    • Driver jumps the curb, kills pedestrian on sidewalk, flees (Berkeleyside)
    • Questions arise about how, why CPUC allows Uber, Lyft to hide crash data (San Francisco Public Press)
    • $25,000 to ride Amtrak if you and your friends have one too many wheelchairs? (NPR)
    • Fresno's motels, used as housing for homeless, to be inspected (CalMatters)

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