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    • It's 110 degrees in India. In April. Think that's fine? (Washington Post, IPCC)
    • We can step off the gas (Toole Design)
    • How did L.A.'s free transit experiment fare? (Crosstown)
    • BART's Covid ventilation is good. But wear a mask (Mercury News)
    • Transit's pandemic recovery is complicated (NY Times)
    • BART extension to downtown San Jose is a little short (Mass Transit)
    • Robert Moses wasn't alone in planning "renewal" via community destruction; it's a deeply embedded practice (The Baffler)
    • Commuting is bad for your health (BuzzFeed)
    • CA mayors to Newsom: Allocate $3 billion for homelessness (AP)
    • Rising construction costs can stall housing projects (Pew Trusts)
    • Jordan High School, next door to a recycling plant, is filled with lead dust (The Guardian)
    • Inland Empire: The warehouse next door (The Verge)
    • How good are the jobs that will come with California infrastructure investments? (PPIC)
    • Some people want to build surf parks in CA desert (AP)

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