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Today’s Headlines

8:33 AM PDT on September 19, 2022

    • California could choose housing over parking (if Governor Newsom signs the bill) (Slate)
    • Why jaywalking laws should be abolished (Traffic Technology Today)
    • Newsom signs climate bills (The Hill, Epoch Times)
    • New law will accelerate transition to zero emission buses (PR Newswire)
    • Highway boondoggles (OC Register prefers to call them "transportation boondoggles") waste money
    • Jurors can now have transit trips to court paid for under new law (SF Gate)
    • Transit enthusiasts will attempt to ride all 27 Bay Area transit agencies in one day (SF Chronicle)
    • Approvals clear path for major transit-oriented complex near San Bruno BART station (Mercury News)
    • High-speed rail program hits another milestone: overcrossing completed in Kings County (RT&S)
    • Construction to being on multipurpose path along Highway 101 in Carpinteria (Noozhawk)
    • Santa Clara redoing plan for El Camino Real (Patch)
    • Former officials, now oil lobbyists, influence California climate policy (Capital & Main)
    • Fossil fuel extremism borders on a religion - and it's blasphemy to point out harms (Heated)
    • America has a public bathroom crisis (Futurist Speaker)
    • Why are rich people obsessed with urban crime? (Vice)

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