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8:44 AM PDT on June 3, 2019

    • That federal rollback on clean car standards? It would worsen commutes, reduce jobs, put transportation projects on hold--for years to come (CALmatters)
    • California's public transportation systems, ranked against the nation (Patch)
    • Air pollution's invisible toll (Curbed)
    • Bicycling can clean air, fix congestion, help climate (Resilience)
    • How political lobbying undercuts climate action (Futurity)
      • Lobbying on one bill alone cost all of us $60 billion (Forbes)
    • Kings County ready to settle on high speed rail, for $11 million (LA Times)
    • California charges Trump with personal vendetta (Gilroy Dispatch)
    • ARB fines Tesoro $1.36M for underreporting carbon fuel production (Green Car Congress)
    • Bike safety still a major concern with new housing planned near Mt. Diablo (East Bay Times)
    • The May massacre of California's housing bills (Curbed)
    • How Jump bikes changed my life (SACOG)

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