Today’s Headlines

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  • Long live old bikes (Outside)
  • Speed camera bill held, but still needed (Capitol Weekly)
  • Self-driving trucks are coming (The Drive)
  • Federal transportation bill needs to focus on the future (NRDC)
  • One of the arguments about the federal bill is how much funding should go to transit (SmartCitiesDive)
  • Everyone has to cross roads, so why aren’t pedestrians the focus of road safety? (The Conversation)
  • The joy of crossing paths with strangers (New Yorker)
  • Safety barriers going up on Highway 41 (Your Central Valley)
  • Eagle Rock set to get bus-only lanes, but arguments are not over (Mass Transit)

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Today’s Headlines

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  • Are bike highways coming? (CityLab)
  • California’s inaction on high-speed rail could kill it (CalMatters)
  • Bill on parking requirements could make investments in transit and housing go further (NRDC)
  • LA has a new plan to promote sustainable transportation (PR Newswire)
  • On long walks (The Big Issue)
  • Thoughts on the U.S. infrastructure plan from transportation expert Robert Cervero (California Magazine)
  • The flaws in California’s cap-and-trade program (KQED)
  • A fuel cell bus on tour around California (Mass Transit)
  • Electric vehicles are much heavier than gas-powered ones (CNN)
  • On transportation, we must not return to “normal” (CommonWealth)
  • This is a once-in-a-generation opportunity to make cities better (Policy Options Politiques)

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Today’s Headlines

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  • A true LA transit fan: Meet Kenny Uong, rider extraordinaire (LA Times)
  • Traffic deaths are up even though people are driving less (The Hill)
  • House Democrats unveil their transport bill (Washington Post)
  • San Diego’s La Mesa considers new zoning rules for housing transit-adjacent areas (San Diego Union Tribune)
  • Berkeley wins top spot for mid-size cities that are pretty good to bike in, from PeopleForBikes (Daily Cal)
  • Stockton’s buses are going electric: Here’s how (Advanced Clean Tech News)
  • CPUC approves driverless ride-hail by Cruise in California (The Drive, Tech Crunch)
  • EV incentives are great – but hard to access (dot.LA)
  • How walking became a radical act during lockdown (Financial Times Magazine)
  • The competition between autonomous vehicles and transit (MIT News)
  • Plan to wear your mask to the World Naked Bike Ride (WGNTV)

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