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    • U.S. cities are vastly undercounting their greenhouse gas emissions (NY Times)
    • Saving transit is key to an equitable recovery (CalMatters)
    • California is way ahead on electric vehicles (TT News, US News)
    • New CARB chair is not impressed with GM's vows on electric vehicles (KQED)
    • The invisible pandemic of pedestrian deaths (Rice Kinder)
    • One person almost - but not quite - succeeded in preventing e-bike-share in Santa Barbara (Independent)
    • Caltrans District 2 (Redding area) asking for public input on active transportation facilities (Action News Now)
    • Amazon's electric vehicles delivering in L.A. area (EndGadget)
    • Zoning prevents low-emission neighborhoods (Transportation for America)
    • Toyota dealership building housing on its car lot (Fast Company)

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