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Today’s Headlines

8:39 AM PDT on March 9, 2020

    • Expanding highways increases traffic (Curbed)
    • Why so many transit agencies, Bay Area? (KALW)
    • Are frequent flier programs contributing to climate change? (New York Times)
    • A cautionary tale about cops, surveillance, and location data from biking apps (NBC)
    • California-built e-bikes (Electrek)
    • California's other electric vehicle industry is booming (Inside EVs)
    • CARB is grappling with how to regulate ride-hail to halt its carbon emissions (LA Times)
    • The climate calculations on e-bike vs car (Grist)
    • Popping a wheelie and riding it for 100 yards or more is not illegal (MassLive)

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