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Tuesday’s Headlines

LA Metro "can't just be a system of last resort - Mayor Bass; Lyft doesn't want to run bike-share anymore; CA energy costs are less than most states; More

The Bay Area’s Ford GoBike bike-share system is owned by Lyft, which bought Motivate. Photo: Melanie Curry/Streetsblog

  • Mayor Bass lays out priorities for LA Metro transit system: It can't be just a system of last resort (LA Times, ABC7)
  • Lyft doesn't want to manage bike-share anymore (Vice)
  • Caltrain to give tours of its future trains (Mercury News)
  • Amtrak's dilemma: Focus on ridership or coverage? (Human Transit)
  • Advice for formulating a national VMT fee (Eno Transportation)
  • Newark, CA hosts the largest bus-charging facility in North America (Green Car Reports)
  • In terms of energy costs, California is one of the most affordable states in the country (Mercury News)
  • What do you do when you're homeless and its 120 degrees? (LA Times)

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