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8:26 AM PDT on March 21, 2022

    • In case anyone forgot for a minute there: Climate change needs attention (IPCC)
    • New York City pays bounties for videos of trucks breaking idling rules (NY Times)
    • Federal infrastructure rules could lead to more road deaths (Washington Post)
    • Federal safety standards STILL ignore growing dangers to pedestrians from large vehicles (Bloomberg)
    • CA bill to improve safety for bicycle riders and people on foot passes first committee (Gold Rush Cam)
    • Groundbreaking for a new bridge to connect regional trail separated by Highway 4 (East County Today)
    • Road projects get money:
    • Chevron sues Newsom over fracking ban (Bakersfield)
    • Chevron workers prepare to strike; Chevron pulls union workers from refinery (Reuters)
    • Another proposal to provide "relief from gas prices" (LA Times)
    • San Jose transit agency is building transit-oriented housing (Patch)
    • San Diego transit hampered by driver shortage (San Diego Union Tribune)
    • New district maps are changing the CA legislature: many voluntary departures (Associated Press)

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