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8:30 AM PST on December 21, 2021

    • California nominee for NHTSA director is "gravely concerned" about traffic death trends (Detroit News)
    • California isn't going green fast enough (The Fern)
    • Monterey-Salinas Transit to - slowly - transition to zero-emission fleet (Monterey Herald)
    • USEPA issues more stringent rules on vehicle efficiency standards (Office of Attorney General)
    • A bicycle can change a refugee's life (Yahoo)
    • Berlin attracts public transit users with hemp tickets riders can eat "to take the edge off" (Reuters)

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