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8:33 AM PDT on April 1, 2022

    • Don't be fooled: climate change is no joke (IPCC)
    • LA has the solutions for reducing traffic - it just has to use them (Zócalo Public Square)
    • Van Ness BRT opens in San Francisco, and ABC7 finds plenty to complain about
    • CA bill would mandate "seamless transit" in Bay Area (Planetizen)
    • Testing of trainsets on new Redlands tracks to begin this week (Redlands Community News)
    • Stockton launches e-bike and e-car share (ABC10)
    • Every city's bikeway network should be as dense as its carway network (Forbes)
    • Guerrilla crosswalks in LA, because the city isn't doing it (NPR)
    • CARB opens ZEV truck and bus incentives; $272 million requested within 24 hours (Green Car Congress)
      • These giant Ford trucks and vans are eligible for the vouchers (Ford Authority)
    • 25 current CA bills on clean energy, climate (LA Times)
    • Acting Governor Kounalakis signs eviction protection bill (Office of Governor)
      • It extends some existing protections (AP)
      • ...but undercuts cities with stronger protections (Berkeleyside)

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