Today’s Headlines

  • San Diego region talking road charges, free transit for all (San Diego Union Tribune)
  • Yuba-Sutter Transit pursuing transition to electric vehicles (Mass Transit)
  • The usual communities are suffering from polluting ships loitering in San Pedro and Long Beach (Long Beach Post)
  • The supply chain “collapse” has been coming for months (Bloomberg)
  • CA Atty Gen Bonta urges EPA to adopt strong truck emission regulations (Gold Rush Cam)
  • High speed rail opponents argue in court that it’s illegal to build the program in segments, saying the practice “emasculated” Prop 1A (Modesto Bee)
  • “Green” infrastructure brings economic benefits as well as climate, health, etc, etc etc (Reuters)
  • Why public spaces are essential to health (Soapbox)
  • The poor places that made cities better (Governing)
  • Berkeley grapples with new ADU laws and fire risk (Berkeleyside)
  • Using census data to track gentrification in Berkeley (Darrell Owens)
  • Federal safety regulators criticize Tesla’s safety actions; Tesla tries to ignore them (Reuters)
  • Petaluma – and Irvine and L.A. – each get $1m grant to fight climate change from the Cool City Challenge (Press Democrat)
  • Lancet: Climate change is bad, and humans aren’t doing enough about it (NRDC)

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