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Today’s Headlines

8:25 AM PDT on October 3, 2022

    • Critical Mass celebrates 30th anniversary (SF Gate, KQED)
    • Experts say: bicycles are the future of city transportation (My Modern Met)
    • How a "bike bus" charmed the internet (Route Fifty)
    • NYC may offer bounties for reporting cars parked in bike lanes (Bloomberg)
    • The data behind Carlsbad's declaration of bicycle safety emergency (Encinitas Advocate)
    • What we learned by trying to ride every transit system in the Bay Area (SF Chronicle)
    • Always so much to complain about on transit, including... the smell of pot? (Patch)
    • How elimination of parking minimums will affect Long Beach (Long Beach Post)
    • San Francisco has complaints about Cruise's driverless vehicles (SF Examiner)
    • Newsom calls for a windfall tax on oil profits (Office of the Governor)
    • Residents are a city's best source of climate data (Yes!)
    • California housing authority tells Oakland it needs to upzone Rockridge, an old "streetcar neighborhood" (SF Chronicle)

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