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8:45 AM PDT on September 9, 2021

    • Everyone "jaywalks," but only some get tickets for it - that could change in CA (LAist)
    • Cap-and-trade forest offsets are a big and dangerous lie (LA Times)
    • Carbon emissions from to water delivery are likely to spike if water use does not decrease (Next10)
    • This planet needs no-traffic neighborhoods (Forbes)
    • Celebrate the 15th anniversary of Park(ing) Day next week (The Dirt)
    • StreetFilms travels to Montreal for its 1,000th StreetFilm
    • A new "railroad company" wants to revive defunct northern CA rail line - planned to be transformed into a trail - to transport coal (Trains)
    • Some lawmakers oppose even testing a road user charge; drivers just do not want to pay for road maintenance (The Coast News)
    • Local decisions could thwart state housing mandates (Capital and Main)

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