Today’s Headlines

  • California is not cutting GHGs fast enough to meet its goals (Governing)
  • Report: Decline in vehicle emissions has saved many lives (LA Times)
  • Walking America’s car-centric hellscape (Grist)
  • E-bikes: the unsung hero of last-mile delivery (GreenBiz)
  • Rain, snow – and cars swept into rivers (LA Times)
  • Golden Gate Bridge officials have a solution to its annoying “hum” – but what about the wind that knocks over bike riders? (SF Chronicle)
  • (Some) cities ditch car parking to make room for bikes (Momentum Mag)
  • When is an e-bike not really a bike? When it’s a “hyperbike” (GreenBiz)
  • DMV rescinds an AV testing permit (but not from Tesla, which doesn’t need one?) (US News)
  • Some urbanists doing stuff on YouTube (Urban Review)
  • Housing as a human right conflicts with housing as a profitable asset (The Conversation)
  • We need to figure out a better way to clean up after natural disasters, because they’re not going to just stop (Fast Company)
  • California redistricting commission is still working on it (CalMatters)

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