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8:44 AM PST on November 30, 2021

    • Car-free transportation gets a boost from RAISE grants (CityLab)
    • How growing inequity threatens sustainability (GreenBiz)
    • Climate refugees are not a foreign element (Politico)
    • Knowing their pollution is killing people doesn't mean they have to do anything about it (ProPublica)
    • Caltrain's new electric trainsets get a test ride... in Colorado (Mass Transit)
    • Berkeley ends its lackadaisical "Healthy Streets" program (Daily Californian)
    • Transportation infrastructure is already feeling climate change, and most state DOTs are moving too slow on it (Washington Post)
    • Yes, demand will stress the power grid. But climate change is a bigger threat (NPR)
    • Tripling bike use in London (and elsewhere) would save lives, create jobs, bring huge economic dividends (Forbes)
    • Report: All these new bicyclists are here to stay (SmartCitiesDive)
    • The roadway expansion paradox: People "demand" roads but won't pay for them (Planetizen)

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