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Tuesday’s Headlines

Another study says the best way to cut emissions is to cut driving; Fresno County's new General Plan would invite more driving; Why do firefighters oppose safe streets? More

An SFFD truck parked on a bike lane in Mission Bay. Photo taken around noon on Dec. 15, 2017, by Streetsblog/Rudick

  • Study: Cutting the amount of driving by cars and trucks is the best way to limit emissions from transportation (ITDP)
  • Fresno County's new General Plan opens the door to more sprawl, ignores state climate goals (Fresnoland)
  • San Diego airport transit link needs more study, according to feds (Fox5)
  • After decades of environmental problems, Pomona will finally update its zoning code (LA Public Press)
  • Plans for a new San Rafael transit center moving along (Marin IJ)
  • Oakland falls way behind on its repaving plan (Oaklandside)
  • Billionaires throw in a train idea to make their new California city idea more palatable (Fast Company)
  • Why do firefighters oppose safe streets? (California Planning & Development Report)
  • Tax breaks mean that big box stores don't provide much benefit to the local economy (Time)

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