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Today’s Headlines

8:43 AM PDT on October 26, 2020

    • Essential workers who rely on transit know service cuts will leave them stranded (SF Chronicle)
    • CA not meeting 2020 emissions target (Clean Technica, Green Car Congress)
    • New freeway lanes, ramps coming to Santa Barbara area (NewsPress)
    • School is back but transit is off track (San Jose Spotlight)
    • Electric vehicle market reaching a tipping point (Forbes)
    • Prop 22 is bad for drivers and everyone else (Common Dreams)
    • Fight over fencing off railroad tracks at Del Mar Bluffs heats up (LA Times)
    • Improvements to a pedestrian bridge in Tulsa could ruin the Center of the Universe (Tulsa World)
    • Americans are struggling to make their car payments (US PIRG)
    • Eco-friendly car wiring attracts rats (Core77)

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