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7:56 AM PDT on May 23, 2022

    • How states could "unlock" hundreds of billions in transit funding (Transit Center)
    • Digging into reasons behind the spike in pedestrian deaths (Popular Science)
    • CalBike says: Thank you, but biking and walking need more funding
    • Sacramento Region plans extensive bike trail network (Sacramento Bee)
    • Court ruling prioritizing rail use complicates plan to build North Coast trail (Mercury News)
    • Feeling the heat? (IPCC)
    • No one gets water in this drought (CalMatters)
    • Oh don't you worry: those leaking oil wells in Bakersfield have been "sealed" (LA Times)
    • San Diego's homeless count is rising (San Diego Union Tribune)
    • Hundreds more Oaklanders are living in cars and RVs (Oaklandside)

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