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8:21 AM PST on February 15, 2022

    • Americans drive more than anyone else. A lot more (Frontier Group)
    • Pedestrian deaths spike, reckless driving surges (NY Times)
    • SF Bay Area officials consider tolls for all drivers on certain highways (ABC)
    • High-speed rail costs are rising (Planetizen)
    • There aren't enough truck drivers because the job is terrible (NY Times)
    • UC Berkeley wants to increase enrollment; neighbors say they must consider housing, other consequences (Berkeleyside, LA Times)
    • A new model for affordable, missing middle housing? CapCHA, explained (Berkeleyside)
    • CA bill would require less plastic packaging from online retailers (SF Chronicle)

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