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How to actually reduce excess vehicle travel; A car-sized hole in e-bike safety coverage; Bills are moving forward; More

8:52 AM PDT on September 12, 2023

  • How to actually reduce excess vehicle travel (Planetizen)
  • Using "climate tickets" to get people on transit is working (Eltis)
  • There's a car-sized hole in a lot of e-bike safety coverage (LA Times)
  • Napa Valley releases Vision Zero study with recommendations (Patch)
  • Planners seek input on Hollywood Blvd safety redesign (Patch)
  • Soon, you will be able to pay fares on some Bay Area transit with a credit card (SF Chronicle)
  • In the name of neutrality, CA agencies defer to industry on questions around autonomous vehicles (American Prospect)
  • CA bill to make corporations report their climate emissions passes a major hurdle (NY1)
  • Bill to extend current streamlining of some housing sent to governor (SF Chronicle)
  • Update on planning for property formerly set aside for 710 Freeway expansion that never happened (Pasadena Now)
  • Lots of bills already on the governor's desk (CalMatters)
  • Google/Alphabet says it's still planning to build new neighborhood in San Jose (Mercury News)

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