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Thursday’s Headlines

New cars are collecting - and selling - all kinds of personal data; Clock is ticking to find a replacement for gas taxes; EV rebates will go to low-income buyers; More

Image: Momentum Mag

  • People driving new cars are handing over all kinds of personal data (The Guardian, Gizmodo)
  • California's outdated low carbon fuel standard needs to be fixed, now (Earth Justice)
  • Transportation commissions from California, Oregon, and Washington will meet to discuss common issues (The Center Square)
    • The clock is ticking for states to replace dwindling gas taxes (Governing)
  • Going forward, EV rebates in CA will go to lower-income buyers (CalMatters)
  • It's Transit Month in the Bay Area (SF Transit Riders, NBC)
  • A fantasy app reimagines cities with fewer cars (Adweek)
  • East Bay Regional Park District votes to allow class I (pedal assist) e-bikes on many trails (Oaklandside)
  • Bike art, all kinds (Momentum Mag)
  • CA grants will help create housing in Skid Row (Spectrum News)
  • Newsom signs bill to reduce "repetitive" environmental reviews for housing projects (KALW)
  • Berkeley is building housing, and rents are falling (Darrell Owens)
  • The city looks different when you're older (NY Times)

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