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8:36 AM PDT on March 30, 2022

    • Climate is changing, not in a good way (IPCC)
    • Alternative to paying for gas: bikes and transit (KTVU)
    • Berkeley tries to balance curb space uses (Berkeleyside)
    • Electric on-demand shuttle to launch in Richmond on Earth Day (Richmond Standard)
    • The local transit projects the feds want to fund (Route Fifty)
    • Florida, other states sue to end federal mask mandate on transit (LA Times, ABC)
      • ...just in time for a new wave of Omicron (LA Times)
    • Universal road user education is desperately needed in the U.S. (Eno)
    • Fresno general plan in trouble for planning new industrial uses near low-income neighborhoods (Fresno Bee)
    • Assembly Dems send a clear message that they won't support suspending the gas tax (CalMatters)
    • California reparations task force narrows who is eligible for theoretical payments (AP, CalMatters)

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