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Tuesday’s Headlines

Think like Amazon to make transportation sustainable; Administrator of CA e-bike program under investigation; Richmond wants to tax Chevron's output; More

Chevron refinery, Richmond. Image: Center for Land Use Interpretation

  • Cheap, easy, good: Think like Amazon to decarbonize transportation (NextCity)
  • Another take on that book everyone's talking about: Killed by a Traffic Engineer (Planetizen)
  • Administrator of CA's e-bike incentive program under investigation (San Diego Union Tribune, BikinginLA)
  • CA bill would prohibit modifying an e-bike to make it go faster (Electrek, CBS8)
  • A design proposal for SF's Powell Street would turn it into a pedestrian paradise (Arch Daily)
  • Tap-to-pay transit fare systems are cash poor, but data rich (Government Technology)
  • Demolish SF's Central Freeway (SF Standard)
  • Report: CA Coastal Commission stymies affordable housing (Times of San Diego)
  • Caltrans begins selling homes they seized for never-built freeway (The Real Deal)
  • Here's what UC Berkeley plans to build on People's Park (Berkeleyside)
  • People are back in their cars post-COVID, and congestion is worse (Fox40)
  • What the U.S. can learn from Los Angeles about regulating ADUs (Arch Daily)
  • City of Richmond considering a tax on oil refining inside city - that would mean Chevron (Mercury News)

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