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8:28 AM PDT on September 20, 2019

    • Curbed reports plans to open 110 Freeway to people, not cars, for a day
    • New, disturbing data on traffic injuries in San Francisco (SF Walks)
    • How to stop cars from killing people (SF Weekly)
    • Why I love cycling in the city (Outside)
    • Ukiah to get electric school buses (Ukiah Daily Journal)
    • Caltrans claims adding lanes to I-5 in Santa Ana will alleviate congestion. Dream on! (ABC7)
    • Sprawl developer in San Diego County says widening the highway will fix all the traffic problems it brings (San Diego Union Tribune)
    • The High Desert Corridor is a white elephant (Center for American Progress)
    • CARB approves controversial tropical forest standard (SF Chronicle)
    • Trump, EPA leaders attack CA on environment AND deny auto emissions are a problem (Mercury News)
    • Automakers will stick with California on emissions agreement despite Trump's threats (Sacramento Bee)
    • What people in L.A. are doing about climate change (LAist)

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