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8:29 AM PDT on October 2, 2019

It's Clean Air Day, and Walk and Roll to School Day

    • Which means free transit rides today in San Diego (10News) and Santa Clarita (The Signal)
    • Sacramento youth get free transit rides from now on (Fox40)
    • People hate long commutes (LAist)
    • Drivers are breathing a lot of harmful air pollution (The Conversation)
    • Parks are a public health solution (CALmatters)
    • As is affordable, stable housing (CALmatters)
    • Film review: Motherload brings hope (RobHopkins)
    • A new city rises outside of Fresno. Where are the jobs? (Fresno Bee)
    • 21 solutions to road deaths (Transportist)
    • The middle class can't afford its cars (Wall Street Journal)
    • Emeryville to build a new shelter for homeless families from Oakland (SF Chronicle)
    • The past, and future, of the pedestrian mall (Curbed)
    • A fake environmental group foiled legislation to reduce plastic use in California (SF Chronicle)
    • UPS gets the green light to use drones for deliveries (The Hill)

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