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8:18 AM PST on February 22, 2022

    • Governments spend way WAY more on subsidizing climate-harming industries, practices than on offsets (Quartz)
    • Palm Springs is working on improving pedestrian safety (NBC)
    • Cars kill. Bike helmets don't change that (Bicycling)
    • Even freeways that don't get built leave scars (LA Times)
    • Freeways make expensive wildlife crossings necessary- construction on one begins in Santa Cruz mountains (Mercury News)
    • Major service cuts on LA County bus and rail begin today (LA Times, Mass Transit)
    • Bay Area transit is quiet, stations empty (Mercury News)
    • Public transit inspires poetry (LA Times)
    • Can Los Angeles shake its "anti-bicycling" reputation? (Momentum Mag)
    • Two CA bills address street harassment (Yahoo)

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