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Today’s Headlines

8:24 AM PDT on October 7, 2022

    • California's unprecedented support for active transportation (CalBike)
    • Senator Wiener’s legislation to expedite sustainable transportation projects signed into law (Senator Scott Wiener)
    • For historic Black community, Crenshaw line is "a blessing and a curse" (LA Times)
    • How Bay Area transit is preparing for the next big one (SF Chronicle)
    • The death of parking requirements (Planetizen)
    • Podcast: How California's new parking law could lower housing costs - with Professor Donald Shoup (CalMatters)
    • Santa Barbara receives federal loan to add HOV lanes to Highway 101 (Reuters)
    • Union of Concerned Scientists supports Prop 30
    • CA has "plenty of land" to build out solar and wind, and keep energy costs down (LA Times)
    • This solar-powered Florida town says it weathered the hurricane just fine (CNN)
    • Washington launches a cap-and-trade program, aiming to link to California's in the future (Utility Dive)
    • How to improve the way laws are made in California (Capitol Weekly)

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