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    • Climate change won't wait (IPCC)
    • But CARB's scoping plan misses the chance to do more on climate (EDF)
    • The energy industry shapes CA politics (Politico)
    • The single most important actions cities can take on climate, economy, everything: help reduce car dependence (C40 Cities)
    • Why the bicycle is best for urban transportation (Dallas News)
    • One city is fighting back against big cars (Bloomberg)
    • Ways to reduce traffic fatalities (Route Fifty)
    • More on end to long-planned freeway expansion in L.A. (LA Times)
    • BART to pilot a multi-agency transit pass (Independent News)
    • Metro plans to invest in cleaning transit, but not in increased service (LA Times)
    • Is California still investigating Tesla for self-driving claims? (Gov Tech)
    • A look at L.A.'s iconic 6th Street bridge, and its replacement (The Guardian)
    • Cities use a balanced budget tool to get the public to help with housing solutions, beyond mere complaining (Fast Company)

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