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Today’s Headlines

8:40 AM PST on December 7, 2022

    • It was never just about sick pay: Freight rail is in crisis (Vice)
    • The rail system is key for the trucking industry too (Transport Dive)
    • Sacramento City Council approves more protected bike lanes (Fox40)
    • NACTO says: Americans have taken half a billion trips on bike-share and e-scooters since 2010
    • San Francisco approves permanent Slow Streets (SF Chronicle)
    • Stanislaus transit agencies offering free public transportation for the holidays (Oakdale Leader)
    • BART will (eventually) give riders who enter and exit the same station a 30-minute grace period before charging its exorbitant "excursion" fare (SF Gate)
    • Pasadena makes plans to convert all its buses to zero emission by 2040 (Pasadena Now)
    • BART Basel: Guerrilla art show brings hundreds of riders to BART (Mass Transit)
    • Why transit projects are so expensive to build (Vice)
    • California moves forward on vision to harness power from offshore wind (CalMatters)
    • San Jose is learning to convert poop to power (Mercury News)
    • CA gets the thumbs-up for energy efficiency (The Hill)
    • When it rains, the cliffs slide onto Highway 1 (LA Times)
    • Bay Area airports are at bigger risk from sea level rise than previously thought (SF Chronicle)
    • Housing laws: by-right projects move faster, and other news briefs from California Planning & Development Report

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