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Wednesday’s Headlines

Dreaming of L.A.'s new Regional Connector; SF celebrates 150 anniversary of cable car system; Time to ban right turns on red; Getting to zero fatalities will take more than money; More

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  • What L.A.'s regional connector could bring (Zocalo)
  • San Francisco celebrates its 150-year-old cable car system (Mass Transit)
  • BikeLA receives grant to help expand Metro bike-share ridership (Patch)
  • It's time to ban right turns on red (Fast Company)
  • Getting to zero fatalities will take more than money (Smart Cities Dive)
  • Analysis: California's cap-and-trade program fails to achieve greenhouse gas reductions (
  • Three SoCal fossil fuel power plants, set to close, will remain open (Politico)
  • Supervisors approve plan to save San Francisco's downtown (SF Standard)
  • Federal bill would force A's to pay massive relocation fee if they leave Oakland (SF Chronicle)

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