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Today’s Headlines

8:25 AM PDT on September 1, 2021

    • Modesto offers an online tool to explore, weigh in on improving walking and biking (Modesto Bee)
    • Merced County builds an automotive research and testing site (Merced County Times)
    • Court rules that Caltrans can go ahead and widen a highway next to old-growth redwoods (Courthouse News)
    • A different court rules that nope, loss of parking does not equate to environmental impact (JD Supra)
    • Free parking is killing cities (Bloomberg)
    • BART gets new escalators! (BART)
    • Developers promise community benefits, but communities don't always get them (Shelterforce)
    • American environmentalism has failed because it is marginal to people's lives (The Reader)

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