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Today’s Headlines

8:18 AM PDT on October 28, 2022

    • The surprising history and deadly consequences of right-turn-on-red (Slate)
    • Tesla faces criminal probe on self-driving claims (LA Times)
    • Many urban seniors rely on "broken" transit to get to medical appointments, errands (US News)
    • Metrolink marks 30th anniversary (Mass Transit)
    • When a highway washes away, Caltrans races to "restore traffic" (Engineering News Record)
    • Sacramento's Measure A transportation tax has some serious legal liabilities (Capital Public Radio)
    • CARB held a hearing on proposed clean truck rules:
      • Truckers say they go too far, too fast (Patch)
      • Residents plead for stricter rules (Spectrum)
    • Oil companies are selling off CA oil wells (LA Times)
    • Infrastructure czar Anthony Villaraigosa visits Kern County (Yahoo!)
    • Sebastopol bans RVs that people live in (SF Chronicle)
    • CA legislators who are renters form a renters caucus (ABC 10)
    • Musk moves in on Twitter (AP)

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