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    • Climate change: the clock is ticking (IPCC)
    • Extreme heat waves hit India, Pakistan (Guardian)
    • Oslo has a few solutions, such as climate budgeting (New Yorker)
    • Bakersfield schoolkids get a crosswalk after parents push for improvements (Bakersfield)
    • 3-mile bike trail proposed in Montclair (Daily Bulletin)
    • Adding bike lanes doesn't necessarily lead to car congestion (UCLA)
    • Influential groups urge Senate and Assembly leaders to release HSR bond funds (Yahoo!)
    • Forum on building California's future, and its future transportation (PPIC)
    • Bus driver shortage is hampering L.A.'s network redesign (Transit Center)
    • Driverless vehicles are hitting the streets (Route Fifty)
    • The warehouse industry is overwhelming the Inland Empire (LA Times)
    • California cities built thousands of new housing units, but it's a drop in the bucket (Sacramento Bee)

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