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8:22 AM PST on March 8, 2022

    • Climate action is still urgent (IPCC)
      • But we'd rather freak out and point fingers over the price of gas (SF Chronicle)
    • Lead exposure - from gasoline and car exhaust - made us dumber (The Hill)
    • Federal regulation - and funding - proposed for clean trucks and buses (Reuters, New York Times, CBS, Sacramento Bee)
    • DOT proposes new vehicle safety ratings (The Verge)
    • Who killed the electric mail truck? (Vice)
    • Delaware adopts California's clean vehicle standards (Transportation Today)
    • Environmental groups press California for more rules to promote EVs (Reuters)
    • Limiting induced demand ain't easy in a car-loving society (Governing)
    • San Francisco considers upzoning ordinances (SF Chronicle)
    • Bay Area Trails Collaborative seeks to connect 2600 miles of hiking trails (SF Chronicle)

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