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Today’s Headlines

8:36 AM PST on February 10, 2020

    • The real reason California's upzoning bill failed (Curbed)
    • How we treat homeless neighbors stinks (Capital & Main)
    • Oakland could dramatically reshape its housing policy (Mercury News)
    • Muni considers developing housing for its employees on its own land (SF Examiner)
    • Feds quietly drop antitrust investigation against carmakers for working with CA on emissions (New York Times, Sacramento Bee, SF Chronicle)
    • American needs a transportation bill that includes walking and biking (The Hill)
    • Feds approve a CA-made AV with no pedals, no mirrors, no steering wheel (KTLA, Fox)
    • Rules on e-bikes in national parks are really unclear (LA Times)
    • Demand for e-bikes is rising (Reading Eagle)
    • Plans forming to build train connection from Indio to L.A. (Patch)

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