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    • Federal agencies release alarming report on climate disruption (NBC News)
    • Economists helped oil companies obstruct climate action for decades (Grist)
    • Climate action is as simple as riding a bike (Planetizen)
    • Bike-share programs are not profitable but they reduce emissions (Marketplace)
    • Pollution from freight traffic has disproportionate impact on communities of color (Phys.org)
    • Contra Costa County awarded grant to find ways to reduce driving (Traffic Technology Today)
    • State-owned parking at Montclair Gold Line station could become housing (Daily Bulletin)
    • In London, Low Emission Zone regulations are working (Smart Cities World)
    • Caltrans Strategic Highway Safety Plan receives National Roadway Safety Award (Lake County News)
    • In Denver, hazardous sidewalks are TikTok stars (5280)
    • Pushback against warehouses in the Inland Empire gains momentum (Daily Bulletin)

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