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Today’s Headlines

8:29 AM PDT on October 19, 2022

    • The oil industry has always relied on public subsidy (Capital & Main)
    • People-centered Wakanda is a model for future cities (CNN)
    • Dublin celebrates the construction of a giant parking lot at its transit hub (Patch)
    • About that Dodger Stadium gondola (Planetizen)
    • Track repairs could halt San Diego train service for months (LA Times, San Diego Union Tribune)
    • Fresno County launches electric car-share for rural areas (Mass Transit)
    • Are Class 1 e-bikes too fast for some trails? (Single Tracks)
    • A new guide to all the ways of creating a "15-minute" city (Eltis)
    • The biggest source of pollution from office buildings is the commute (Commercial Observer)
    • Working to reduce food waste (NY Times)
    • Clean energy's tipping point is being reached (Bloomberg)

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