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Today’s Headlines

8:40 AM PST on February 10, 2023

    • CA considers charging higher taxes for heavy vehicles, which cause more wear and tear on roadways (SF Chronicle)
    • Muni deficit could lead to service cuts (ABC)
    • Bus driver shortage has the attention of LA City Council (CBS)
    • Bill would require any self-driving trucks being tested on CA roads to have a human operator inside (Tech Crunch)
    • Business Insider adds yet more evidence on the effects of induced demand
    • Agencies come together to "solve" congestion and flooding on Highway 37 across top of bay (CBS)
    • Proof that requiring less parking leads to more housing (Sightline Institute)
    • The fastest growing group of homeless people is seniors (CalMatters)
    • Exide "cleanup" leaves frustration and contamination (LA Times)

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