Today’s Headlines

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  • NTSB chair calls for fundamental rethink of transportation planning (Smart Cities Dive)
  • Saving public transportation and the untapped potential of listening (The City Fix)
  • Brompton bike company urges cities to become safer and sustainable (Bicycling)
  • Illinois passes a groundbreaking equitable climate bill (NRDC)
  • Amsterdam built an underwater bike garage/aquatic habitat (Fast Company)
  • Bruce’s Beach to be returned to family’s heirs (California City News)
  • Court rules that San Mateo improperly denied a housing development (San Mateo Daily Journal)
  • Coastal fog is declining worldwide as climate shifts (Santa Cruz Lookout)

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Today’s Headlines

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  • Traffic noise may increase risk of dementia (Medical News Today)
  • Five bills to make California streets safer and healthier (NRDC)
  • CA exploring vehicle miles traveled fee to replace gas tax (North Bay Business Journal)
  • SANDAG and Caltrans look for feedback on improvements to Coat, Canyons and Trails corridor – SR 52 (La Jolla Light)
  • Revolt of the delivery workers (Curbed)
  • E-bikes flatten the city (PubliCola)
  • E-bike tax credit gets eviscerated (Systemic Failure)
  • Census data shows where housing was built in Oakland – and where all the Black people went (Darrell Owens)
  • Sequoia fires, two of many burning in CA, threaten world’s largest trees (SF Chronicle)
  • Eviction notices are rising in San Francisco (SF Chronicle)

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  • Report: Climate-friendly transportation planning makes economic sense (Colorado Public Radio)
  • US lawmakers to vote this week on transit, high-speed rail funding (Reuters, Washington Post)
  • Research on pedestrian movements wins IgNobel prize (Expatica)
  • How to end the American dependence on driving (Vox)
  • San Jose considers dropping minimum parking requirements (Patch)
  • Woman sues SF over parking ticket, saying chalk violates her rights (SF Chronicle)
  • Oakland to get CHP help to “crack down” on speeding, reckless driving (Mercury News)
  • Homeless “sweep” in Berkeley did not mean everyone there got housing (CapRadio)
  • Why Berkeley’s mayor changed his mind on housing (Business Insider)

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  • The FTA is asking: What should be the criteria for transit funding? Weigh in! (Human Transit)
  • Parts shortage hampers maintenance of electric buses (SGV Tribune)
  • High-speed rail funding impasse threaten layoffs, delays (Merced Sun Star)
  • Advocates call for more transit funding in federal bill (Smart Cities Dive)
  • Competing local visions for redeveloping the A’s stadium in Oakland (SF Chronicle)
  • Proponents push for another crossing under the San Francisco Bay (CBS)
  • Why the future of freight matters (Newsweek)
  • Is the coal industry behind the effort to revive a dead Northern California railway? (Salt Lake City Tribune)

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