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Today’s Headlines

8:42 AM PDT on October 23, 2020

    • BART facing serious service cuts and layoffs (SF Chronicle)
    • Regional shoreline park opens on remaining bit of old Oakland Bay Bridge (E'ville Eye)
    • Key walk and bike connector route in Marin set to begin construction (Marin Independent Journal)
    • Despite a few loud voices raised in opposition, low-traffic streets are popular (The Guardian)
    • CTC approves funding for state highway, rail, complete streets projects (CTC)
    • Drivers sue Uber for abusing power in Prop 22 campaign (SF Chronicle)
    • Court rules, AGAIN, that Uber and Lyft drivers are legally considered employees (Sacramento Bee)
    • Carbon taxes do not harm jobs, economy (Resources)
    • ExxonMobile claims shift but still funds climate deniers (Union of Concerned Scientists)
    • Electric cars are not enough by themselves (The Conversation)
    • Court allows US EPA to delay rules on limiting methane (SF Chronicle)

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