Today’s Headlines

  • Oakland testing Universal Basic Mobility program, giving money directly to people for transit, bikeshare (City of Oakland)
  • The US needs to do better for biking (Wired)
  • Soon, car ads in France will be required to remind people driving a car is best avoided (Gizmodo)
  • Emissions generated by four families in a week (Time)
  • Buttigieg: Steering innovation toward the public good (TechCrunch)
  • Pandemic is keeping hundreds of public safety, healthcare, transit workers and teachers away from work (AP)
  • 200 affordable homes proposed near Fruitvale BART (Mercury News)
  • Fire risk could stop proposed luxury housing development near Santa Rosa (SF Chronicle)
  • Cupertino, nearby cities endorse ballot measure to overturn state housing laws (Mercury News)
  • How CA and other states could transform U.S. trucking (Bloomberg)
  • An explanation of the Gann Limit (cap on spending in CA) (CA Budget & Policy Center)

More California headlines at Streetsblog LA and Streetsblog SF

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