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Today’s Headlines

8:29 AM PDT on September 2, 2020

    • Cops stop, kill a black man riding a bike (LA Times) When will this end?

    • US Centers for Disease Control, of all agencies, issues ban on evictions: This is a public health issue (Reuters)
    • California to let polluting plants stay open because... energy (LA Times)
    • Last-minute scramble at the state capital prevented any police reforms at state level (CalMatters, LA Times)
    • More on S.B. 288, which fast-tracks bike and transit projects (Governing, SFist)
    • Why LA might make transit free (CityLab)
    • BART plans to build housing at two stations in Berkeley are shaping up (Berkeleyside)
    • Deadlines approach for U.S. transportation funding (Mass Transit)
    • NACTO gives out grants to help cities redesign streets for COVID response (SmartCitiesDive)
    • Buy an e-bike and you'll probably ride a lot more (Price Tags)
    • Gaming Amazon for a delivery route: Surely there's a better way for everyone (Bloomberg)

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