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8:37 AM PDT on April 5, 2022

    • Climate change action has been a "litany of broken promises" (IPCC)
      • ...and we are "firmly on track to an unlivable planet" (AP, Politico)
      • Cities can do their bit (Yale)
    • More investment in clean transportation needed (Transit Center)
    • Bakersfield gets bike-share (Bakersfield)
    • Cities must follow through on road safety plans (Bloomberg)
    • Bay Area commute traffic rising (ABC7)
    • Metrolink's riders are coming back (News Observer)
    • LAX reports 150% increase in travel over last year (Spectrum News)
    • Bill to require free transit for students passes first committee (Pasadena Now)
    • Bay Area-wide transit pass by 2024? (Mass Transit)
    • People who live near transit spend less on transportation (Route Fifty)
    • A bill to end housing speculation (Capitol Weekly)
    • Law allowing duplexes, lot-splitting has yet to make a difference in Bay Area (Mercury News)

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