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Today’s Headlines

8:26 AM PDT on October 22, 2020

    • Cities and counties consider transit funding measures (Governing)
    • Maybe carless households are moving to pedestrian-hostile places (Planetizen)
    • Santa Barbara city council approves e-bike share on State Street (Santa Barbara Independent)
    • Are shared vehicles shared equitably? (Jennifer Dill)
    • Tesla testing "self-driving" vehicles, piecemeal, experimenting on Tesla owners (Washington Post)
    • Berkeley tries a utility tax to help fight climate change (Fast Company)
    • Livermore, Bakersfield among winners of American Public Transportation Association awards (Mass Transit)
    • What the pandemic is teaching us about the economy (NPR)
    • Activists gather to prevent homeless evictions in West Oakland (Medium)
    • Prioritize small businesses in recovery (Bloomberg)

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