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Monday’s Headlines

Benefits from investments in walking and biking are giant; Inglewood people mover gets $1 billion federal commitment; Finding a way to cite driverless vehicles; More

  • Study: Benefits from walk and bike projects outweigh investments by at least ten to one (Ebikes International)
  • New state law restricting parking near intersections goes into effect (SF Chronicle, CBS)
  • Inglewood people mover gets federal commitment for $1 billion (LA Times, ABC)
  • New bill calls for Bay Area transit agency consolidation (San Mateo Daily Journal, Contra Costa News)
  • Legislator working on finding a way to regulate - and cite - driverless vehicles (SF Standard)
  • Scooter company bankruptcies are alarming (Fast Company)
  • The invisible railroad problem (Trains)

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