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8:27 AM PDT on May 10, 2022

    • Climate change still needs attention (IPCC)
    • Earth's temperature could hit the point of no return in the next few years (AP)
    • Fresno bus drivers could go on strike (Mass Transit)
    • Transit agencies struggle to access funding, right-of-way (SmartCitiesDive)
    • San Jose transit workers' vax rate surges as deadline looms (Mercury News)
    • Advocates do their own research, record hundreds of drivers doing the same thing that killed a bicyclist (Block Club Chicago)
    • Why hasn't UC Berkeley built more student housing? (Berkeleyside)
    • Cities' housing needs analyses are just a "paper exercise" (Daily News)
    • CA legislature approves automated enforcement - for noisy cars (Autoweek)

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