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Today’s Headlines

8:07 AM PST on January 27, 2020

    • Car-free Red Car Bridge opens over L.A. River (The Eastsider)
    • Local San Diego planning group calls for pedestrian improvements on Mission Blvd (SD News)
    • Electric pedicabs used to provide an important service in San Diego, until the city stopped issuing permits (Voice of San Diego)
    • Stronger climate policies would be good for the California economy (Forbes)
    • CA's cap-and-trade program offers hope for disadvantaged communities (EcoWatch)
    • Trucks that are out of compliance with emissions rules will have their registrations held (Yahoo)
    • Hey public agencies: time to measure, account for vehicle miles traveled (JD Supra)
    • How much does the car economy cost the state? In Massachusetts, it's a lot (Route Fifty)
    • Study: E-commerce is set to overwhelm city infrastructure (Supply Chain Dive)
    • Moms 4 Housing is changing the conversation about housing (The Nation)

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