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Wednesday’s Headlines

Bay Area reset on transit revenue measure? Smartphone data shows distracted driving is rising fast; Bel Air homeowners vow to kill subway (they must love that 405 traffic); More

  • Bay Area leaders to discuss a reset on finding transit revenue (Mass Transit)
  • Cities need bicycle skills training in addition to nice bike lanes (Bloomberg)
  • Oakland lists its most dangerous roads (Oaklandside)
  • Smartphone data shows that distracted driving is rising fast (Smart Cities Dive)
  • Caltrans turns to AI to help it crunch all the traffic data it collects (GovTech)
  • SANDAG honing in on possible routes for Del Mar rail tunnel (San Diego Union Tribune)
  • Homeowners in Bel Air vow to kill subway through Sepulveda pass (KCRW)
  • CA is offering $400 gift cards for people to help test alternative to gas tax (LA Times)
  • Transit Workers Union on Teslas, AVs
  • Oil industry asks Supreme Court to block climate lawsuits in states (LA Times)
  • Pause on update to Low Carbon Fuel Standards is an opportunity to do it right (ICCT)
  • Can an underground maze of abandoned pipes save cities? (Business Insider)
  • People are stealing fire hydrants (Daily Bulletin)

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