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8:12 AM PDT on September 8, 2021

    • San Diego pledged to reduce car use - so why is it still widening freeways? (KPBS)
    • Oil companies drop lawsuit to force CA to "consider the benefits of natural gas" in climate policies (LA Times)
    • Long-stalled pedestrian bridge in Santa Rosa may not be quite dead (Press Democrat)
    • In-car infotainment is a big distraction (Slate)
    • No snow on Mt Shasta means rivers of mud quickly changing the landscape (LA Times)
    • A park? Or an off-road vehicle area? State moves toward the former (SF Chronicle)
    • Some Alameda County transportation projects that just got state funding (Pleasanton Weekly)
    • A look at Spain's high-speed rail network (CNN)
    • Low vaccination rates in the Central Valley contribute to hospitals overwhelmed with COVID cases (LA Times)

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