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Tuesday’s Headlines

BART faces big deficit; Hollywood Bowl says "take the bus"; Changing road engineering's approach to safety and speeds; More

  • Changing the approach to road safety and safer speeds (Eno Transportation)
  • Why do so many fire departments oppose safe street infrastructure? (Thesis Driven)
  • Can a (foam) brick keep a pedestrian safe crossing the street? (Daily Hive)
  • Hollywood Bowl will cut parking space; take the bus (Deadline, Yahoo!)
  • New bill in Congress could increase transit operations funding (Spectrum)
  • BART faces a $26 million deficit next year (SF Chronicle)
  • Plans for high-speed rail stations revealed (The Cool Down)
  • Report: Challenges with California EV policies (Transportation Today)
  • Raising the price of emissions in California - who should feel the pinch? (Energy Institute at Haas)
  • EPA issues new clean truck rules, not as strict as California's (LA Times, NPR)
  • "Self-driving" big rigs are here (Washington Post)

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