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8:32 AM PDT on April 7, 2022

    • To fight climate change, Americans must drive less (IPCC)
    • CA to receive $1.9 billion for transit from federal administration (Senator Feinstein)
    • Caltrans sustainable planning grants for the Central Coast (KSBY)
    • Tahoe complete streets and transit projects get funding (Tahoe Daily Tribune)
    • Lessons from Oakland's Universal Basic Mobility Program (Smart Cities Dive)
    • San Diego Point Loma 'Advisory' Bike Lanes Confuse Some Drivers (KPBS, NBC7, CBS8)
    • Ballot measure would tax the rich to fund zero-emission vehicles and fight wildfires (SF Chronicle, NBC)
    • Oil execs testify that they can't control gas prices; also, suspending gas tax probably won't affect price of gas (Bloomberg)

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