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8:46 AM PST on January 13, 2022

    • How the climate change metaphor in "Don't Look Up" could be more accurate (Heated)
    • California DMV initiates a review of Tesla's self-driving features (Washington Post, Reuters)
    • Berkeley wants a ferry to SF, but it will cost money it doesn't have - and other marina users would still get nothing (Berkeleyside)
    • LA Metro to get $2.4 billion in federal grants - for operations (Patch)
    • Governor's budget: $10b for electric cars (Transport Topics)
    • Governor's budget aligns with Bay Area priorities (The Bay Link)
    • Transit news bits (Railway Age)
    • Walking routes around San Diego (San Diego Magazine)
    • Tolling plan for Treasure Island takes shape (SF Examiner)

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