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8:32 AM PDT on October 14, 2021

    • Mountain View to permanently open its main street to pedestrians (Mercury News)
    • City of Sacramento pays millions after car driver hits two people (Sacramento Bee)
    • Lower speed limits could be coming (LAist)
    • Ports of LA and Long Beach will operate 24-7 to clear out that backlog (LA Times)
    • Legislators cast doubts on high speed part of high-speed rail (AP)
      • And pundits amplify the doubts (CalMatters)
      • Meanwhile, in Italy, high-speed rail replaces plane trips (CNN)
    • CalEPA releases update of CalEnviroScreen
    • LA is planting small forests (LA Times)
    • Thought experiment show climate solutions "hiding in plain sight" (Fast Company)

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