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Wednesday’s Headlines

CA's long road to complete streets; Fare-capping can increase ridership; CA's focus on encouraging EVs looks really good to federal funders; More

  • California's long road to complete streets (CalBike)
  • Fare-capping policies could increase transit ridership (Governing)
  • Southwest Fresno residents frustrated with continuing attempts to industrialize the area (Fresnoland)
  • CA's EV program ranks it at the top for climate-friendly transportation… and federal dollars (Bloomberg)
  • MTC asking for input on its study of tolling Bay Area freeway lanes (ABC7)
  • Metro CEO Stephanie Wiggins on leadership and walk-up songs (The Source)
  • School buses can be batteries during blackouts (NY Times)
  • What it really costs to drive into Manhattan (The Atlantic)

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