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Today’s Headlines

8:19 AM PST on January 15, 2021

    • California has plenty of money right now but only because of a staggering wealth gap (CalMatters)
    • Podcast: High-speed rail, saving public transit, ZEVs (Capital Public Radio)
    • Hey, industry: There are already plenty of Black bicyclists, you're just ignoring them (VeloNews)
    • San Leandro plans a major road diet (Mercury News)
    • Making community engagement more accessible and inclusive (Route Fifty)
    • USDOT rules on autonomous vehicles would allow some of them to bypass crash standards (Reuters)
    • Fuel economy of cars and light trucks is decreasing, not improving (Green Car Congress)
    • Should oil companies be worried about some of their employees? (Heated)
    • Monterey Bay power plant is now an electric battery powerhouse (SF Chronicle)
    • We need housing for people, not cars (Planetizen)
    • Berkeley could ban sales of gas vehicles by 2027 (SFist)
    • CA Asm Kevin McCarthy, who supported efforts to overturn election, faces a dilemma (

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