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8:56 AM PST on February 12, 2019

    • Sometimes car is home (CityLab)
    • Long-delayed pedestrian access bridge at Warm Springs BART station moves 2020 (Mercury News)
    • Advocates celebrated Transit Equity Day (Sierra Club)
    • L.A. ditches plan to rebuild three fossil fuel plants (LA Times)
    • Green New Deal: What should priorities be? (Treehugger)
    • "Green" trucking and transport sees job growth in CA (
    • UC Santa Cruz to receive grant to widen bike path, education program (UCSC)
    • Federal judge rejects CA environmental objections to border wall (SF Chronicle)
    • Tulsa Police dispute Smart Growth America's pedestrian fatality numbers, blame pedestrians, acknowledge there's no safe place to walk, say "at least it's not kids walking to school--nobody walks to school anymore" (Public Radio Tulsa)

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