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8:42 AM PDT on July 1, 2021

    • Want safe bike, walk trails in Inland Empire? Tell Caltrans District 8 (survey) (Patch)
    • The advent of autonomous vehicles could decimate public transit, in-state air travel (Spectrum News)
    • How cities should prepare for new mobilities (Planetizen)
    • Policies that have encouraged development of clean and sustainable energy sources are bearing fruit (Forbes)
    • Buttigieg awards infrastructure grants, supposedly to projects that help reduce climate impacts, but... (Transport Topics)
    • Exxon lobbyist describes years of work to undermine climate policy, says they meet regularly with Congressman Manchin (Channel4)
    • Planners develop new models for estimating foot traffic (Technology Review)
    • Spraying sunscreen on pavement to cool it down, reduce emissions? (Vice)

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