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    • In Sacramento - and everywhere - drivers are killing people walking at alarming rates (KCRA)
    • What's in the infrastructure bill that just passed: roads, transit, internet (LA Times, KCRA)
      • CA, Bay area expected to benefit (KTVU, Mercury News)
      • But bill doesn't address transportation emissions (Politico)
      • Also, it calls for developing "wearable tech" to make bike riders and walkers "visible" to AVs (Forbes)
    • Final EIR released for high-speed rail route between Burbank and LA (CAHSRA)
    • Will Fresno County continue paying to build suburban sprawl? (Fresno Bee)
    • Fresno area residents need transit (Fresno Bee)
    • Cap-and-trade: All companies met emissions caps requirements (Yahoo!)
    • South Coast AQMD approves new refinery rule calling for emission reductions (NRDC)
    • Rejected affordable housing development in SF will loom in upcoming Assembly race (SF Chronicle)
    • Berkeley grapples with how much housing to build at BART station (Berkeleyside)
    • Where did all the public bathrooms go? (Bloomberg)

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