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Monday’s Headlines

LA missed a chance with the I-10 closure; BART and Muni have to do even more about fare evasion to get bailout money; Driverless cars are stressing cities; More

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  • LA - and California - missed a chance to reimagine the I-10 freeway (Bloomberg)
  • BART and Muni will receive the lion's share of Bay Area transit funding - if they do more to stop fare evasion (SF Chronicle)
  • How driverless cars are stressing cities (NY Times)
  • USDOT finalizing rule requiring states to set benchmarks for vehicle emissions (Route Fifty)
  • E-bikes are restricted on beach paths, but that doesn't stop some riders (LA Times)
  • Houseless students living in vehicles at Cal Poly Humboldt ordered off campus (LA Times)
  • Can LA go electric equitably? (LA Times)
  • Leadership shuffled in CA Assembly (CalMatters)

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