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Thursday’s Headlines

Top climate scientists are alarmed but determined; Growing local transit, making it safe; Planning for car-free cities; What Malibu is doing to make PCH safer; More

  • How top climate scientists are feeling about the environment (The Guardian)
  • Infill stations can close transit gaps (Bloomberg)
  • SMART ridership is setting records (Patch)
  • Bakersfield's Golden Empire Transit to extend service, buy zero-emission buses (Bakersfield Now)
  • Metro needs to be safer; it also needs to be perceived as safer (LA Times, Torched)
  • VTA to pay for new BART cars now, though BART to downtown San Jose is delayed (Mercury News)
  • Contra Costa leaders are excited about autonomous microtransit (ABC7, KTVU)
  • Link 21: A plan for multiple rail lines connecting the San Francisco Bay Area megaregion (We Build Value)
  • San Francisco City College leaders don't want a bike lane. Too bad (SF Standard)
  • Car-free cities are the next big thing in urban planning (Momentum Mag)
  • Next week: Bike to Work/Wherever Day (The Bay Link)
  • People over parking (Reuters)
  • What Malibu is doing to improve safety on Pacific Coast Highway (Fox 11)
  • UP touts expanded freight rail service from the Inland Empire to Chicago (Supply Chain Drive)
  • AARP and the League of American Bicyclists offer an illustrated guide to (some of) the different types of bikes available out there (AARP)
  • Caltrans to install two wildlife undercrossings on Highway 395 (Caltrans)

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