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Today’s Headlines

8:32 AM PDT on July 15, 2020

    • Fight over Caltrain control and funding includes shutdown threat (SF Chronicle)
    • BART, Caltrain are both on the brink (SF Chronicle)
    • Fresno considers protected bike lanes from downtown to River Parkway (CV Wire)
    • Fifteen states agree to work together on making all heavy trucks electric (Smart Cities Dive, Transport Topics)
    • Electric bikes are enjoying a surge (Smart Cities World)
    • The 85th percentile rule is under increasing scrutiny (SSTI)
    • Biden's "climate plan" assumes dependency on cars (Forbes)
      • Which is no climate plan: cars are a mess (Wired)
    • German court says Tesla must stop making false claims about its "autonomous driving" capabilities (Reuters)
    • Another environmental protection under attack from Trump administration (Washington Post)

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