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    • Climate change is looming (IPCC)
      • People are looking to profit off one intended solution (SPC Global)
    • Bicycles have evolved, but have streets? (New Yorker)
    • Transportation should bring people together (Planetizen)
    • CA needs to put its money where its mouth is on public transit (CalMatters)
    • Bakersfield transit agency preps to move its maintenance facility (
    • Santa Barbara seeks public input on transit plan (KEYT)
    • Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit (SMART) expects to have a surplus this year (Mass Transit)
    • Everything about cars is expensive (Energy at Haas)
      • Like, mechanics, who are worried about their jobs in an electric world (CalMatters)
    • Bureaucracy was diminished during COVID, allowing some great things; now it's ba-a-a-a-a-ack (Fast Company)

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