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8:28 AM PDT on May 25, 2022

    • Climate change is headed this way (IPCC)
    • Two CA bills would accelerate the fight against climate change (NRDC)
    • We could cut traffic deaths, if we had the political will (Jalopnik)
    • Ford is testing speed limiting technology. In Europe  (Automotive World)
    • Cities want a say in federal auto safety standards (Route Fifty)
    • NTSB releases report on Sacramento light rail vehicle crash (RT&S)
    • Bike commuting is growing (Planetizen)
    • San Diego cracks down on scooter parking, sidewalk riding (San Diego Union Tribune)
    • CA High-Speed Rail program pursues federal infrastructure funds (CAHSRA)
    • CA tightens water rules (San Diego Union Tribune)
    • Emissions, climate implications of land use regulations (Urban Institute)
    • People are still working remotely, if they can; cities adapt (Pew)

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