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8:16 AM PST on March 3, 2022

    • Five takeaways from the IPCC report on climate change (NY Times)
    • Saratoga works on its safe routes to school master plan (Mercury News)
    • Del Mar City Council rejects plan for shorter rail fence along RR tracks (Mass Transit)
    • Republican lawmakers complain about guidance on infrastructure package (The Hill)
    • FHWA plans to adopt a Complete Streets policy (Newsweek)
    • How suburban zoning in L.A. contributes to racial disparities (LAist)
    • Alarming disparities in which groups were hit harder by COVID (LA Times)
    • Sure, L.A. is walkable (LA Times)
    • One in three Dutch adults rides an ebike (Electrek)

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