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8:24 AM PDT on October 29, 2021

    • Road fatalities spiked in first half of 2021 (USDOT)
    • Community weighs in on proposed road charge for San Diego region, and golly - drivers don't like it (CBS8)
    • SF Muni under pressure to restore bus lines (ABC7)
    • Everything is at stake in international climate talks (AP News)
      • Carbon markets will be argued about there (Bloomberg)
      • But it will all be empty promises, according to Schwarzenegger (Politico)
    • The build environment increases heat, and poorer neighborhoods have it worse (LA Times)
    • Tesla's aggressiveness is endangering people and good government (LA Times)
    • NTSB head: Tesla fans' social media attacks are deliberate attempt to distract attention from safety issues (CNN)

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