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Today’s Headlines

8:34 AM PDT on April 6, 2023

    • Ray LaHood: Feds need to go big, and fund CA high-speed rail (CalMatters)
    • Waymo and Cruise want to expand imperfect driverless taxis in San Francisco (AP)
    • Public transit is at a pivotal moment (CalMatters)
    • LA Metro says "it's not that loud" but its anti-lingering music IS LOUD (LA Times)
    • SFMTA approves controversial center-running bike lane (SF Standard)
    • Clearing out homeless camps just hides the problem, doesn't solve it (CalMatters)
    • How to spot oil companies' "paltering" [lies] (Heated)
    • More on EPA waiver to California on rule requiring trucks to be electric by 2035 (Environmental Defense Fund)
    • Why California leads the nation on EVs and emission reductions (Jefferson Public Radio)
    • Manhattan Beach finally formally apologizes for seizing Bruce's Beach (Mercury News)
    • Shasta County throws out voting machines but has no replacement system (The Guardian)
    • London has a cargo bike action plan (Intelligent Transport)

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