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Today’s Headlines

8:38 AM PDT on April 8, 2021

    • How to use Santa Monica's new protected intersection
    • Removing parking mandates can make our cities much better places to live (US PIRG)
    • Map app makers don't really believe in transit (Big Mood Energy)
    • Work from home might lead to more car travel, not less (Slate)
    • Arguments about infrastructure are hot air. Whatever it is, it needs investment (Vice)
    • Pro-housing policies: just panaceas? (Governing)
    • When Wall Street controls housing (Planetizen)
    • Universities' tax-free status hurts local communities (Time)
    • Most SUV buyers live in urban areas (Guardian)
    • Caltrans is fighting sea level rise (Atascadero News)
    • Google's plan for downtown San Jose site includes a bit for housing (KQED)
    • Oh, Tiger was SPEEDING, in a place where "it's easy to pick up speed." Well okay then (LA Times)

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