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8:19 AM PST on January 29, 2021

    • BART, Capitol Corridor launch new program to improve, increase passenger rail service in Bay, Sacramento Areas (Mass Transit)
    • City of Berkeley removes (most) required off-street parking minimums (Berkeleyside)
    • Building political will to act on road safety (TheCityFix)
    • More on California bill to require corporate accountability on emissions (KQED)
    • What happens when the price of carbon allowances is too low (The Conversation)
      • And other problems with using the market to control emissions (KNKX)
    • Oil and gas companies say they want to work with Biden on climate - but they don't really (Boiling Point)
    • Every day will be Climate Day in the new White House (Politico)
    • GM's pledge on green cars is important, even if it is weak (EDF)
    • More COVID relief money went to Orange County sheriffs than to health workers (Voice of OC)

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