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    • Climate crisis continues (IPCC)
    • Newsom's ploy on the gas tax worked: legislature knew it was unhelpful, and he gets to say "I tried" (Politico)
    • Cutting gas taxes doesn't work (Governing)
    • But Republicans get a chance to grandstand on the issue (CA Senate Republicans)
    • And Newsom's "rebate" for drivers is still a terrible idea (Times of San Diego)
    • South LA to pilot a Universal Basic Mobility program (Los Angeles Daily News)
      • Including transit, bike-share, electric car share, and free transit passes (LA Times)
    • The gulf between who rides and who decides on transit (Transit Center)
    • Why CA rail projects fall behind and go over budget (Construction Dive)
    • We use sand and gravel at phenomenal, unsustainable rates (The Guardian)
    • LA and Long Beach ports will deploy 100 electric trucks (Transport Topics)
    • Driver gets a bit of jail time for horrific hit-and-run (Daily Bulletin)

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